The left-arm pace sensation, Mohammad Amir said on Wednesday that he is ready to face English crowd later this summer when Pakistan will face off England.
Mohammad Amir told media that he does not believe in carrying burden of the past, he is focused on cricket and he will try to get his job done, which is bowling well for the country.
“My job is to go out there and bowl the best I can,” he said, “That’s what I have been doing since I came back [to the national side], and that’s what I will continue to do,” he added.
The 24-year old has not played test a single test match since he was proved guilty for being involved in spot fixing and was handed over the five year ban.
Amir will be under immense pressure as he will be playing against the same opposition on the same venue where he bowled those two famous no-balls that changed almost everything for the 18-year old then.
Amir can face some real taunting from the English crowd as he faced during his first outing after his comeback on the New Zealand tour.
He said he is ready for the upcoming challenge of England, “It is important to be in the best frame of mind in order to deliver on the field,” he said.
“Thankfully, I have a strong team which is backing me and our board too has been supportive,” he added.