Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had an interesting interview session in Hamilton with Mohammad Amir where he disclosed his favourite moment in test cricket as Pakistan’s recent win at Lord’s.
“My favourite test moment is our recent win at The Lord’s,” he revealed.
Lord’s was the venue where Mohammad Amir bowled those two infamous deliberate no-balls for which he was banned for five years from all sorts of cricketing activities by the ICC.
Thus, taking the last wicket in that game and steering Pakistan over the line must have been a special feeling for the young left-arm pacer.
On another question regarding his favourite player to play against, the 24-year old named Shane Watson, who was in the prime of his career when he made his debut in international cricket in 2009.
The left-arm pace sensation also revealed that he loved playing at Brisbane in Australia and The Oval in England.
Amir was impressive in his recent outing at The Oval. On the other hand, Pakistan will play their first test in their upcoming tour of Australia in Brisbane and that too under lights. It is a positive sign for Pakistan that their premier pacer loves playing at the that venue.
Amir coined Pakistan’s World T20 2009 victory as his favourite win without any second thought. He further said, “No other moment can replace it.”
Amir shared during the brief interview that had he not been a cricketer, he would have been a soldier just like his father, who was in army.
Mohammad Amir was asked to describe himself in three words and he illustrated himself as quick learner, flexible and sensitive.