The left-arm flamboyant fast bowler, Mohammad Amir is a force to reckon, once he gets his rhythm, he can destroy any batting line of the world.
The 26-year-old exhibited his class during the final of Champions Trophy 2017, where he made the contest one-sided, taking India’s top order, comprising of Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli, by a storm.
Though, Amir has not been in the best of forms in the recent time, but you cannot write him off. Amir needs one good spell to get back into his groove, he has proved it in the past and he can do it again.
The vicious left-arm pacer has played 112 T20 matches around the world, where he has taken 131 wickets with an impressive economy rate of 6.69.
He was an integral part of Pakistan World T20 winning squad in 2009, it was the same tournament, where he made his debut and shot to fame courtesy of his exceptional bowling skills at a young age of 17 years.
Amir has been an integral part of Karachi Kings since the inaugural season of the league in 2016. He has taken 26 wickets in 27 matches with an economy rate of 6.83. He has also bowled four maiden overs in the league so far.
He has been one of the many strengths of Karachi Kings in the PSL. If he gets going in the upcoming season of the league, Kings will rule the tournament.