Pakistan and Karachi Kings spearhead Mohammad Amir is raring to go at Multan Sultans batsmen after resting for one match due to a side strain sustained during a win over Peshawar Zalmi in Dubai.
Amir had figures of 2-6 in his two overs before he had to walk off the ground and did not complete his quota of four overs in Karachi’s five-wicket win. He was rested for the game against Lahore Qalandars.
But Amir will be back in Blue and Red on Friday as the table toppers Karachi Kings and Multan lock horns at Sharjah stadium on Friday.
“I was feeling good as I had taken two wickets but as a precaution, I went off the field and then had a good rest,” Amir told ARYNews.
“I am feeling good now and am raring to have a go at Multan Sultans team. They have a very good batting unit with Kumar Sangakkara and Shoaib Malik so I have to be at my best to take wickets and win the match for Karachi Kings,” said Amir, who achieved the first hat trick in PSL in 2016.
Amir now has a mini fan in his daughter Mina who he adores no end.
“She is a blessing as they say that kids are your blessing,” said Amir. “Whenever I am down a bit I look at her and forget everything in life and world and it’s a great feeling. She is already a great fan of mine and hopefully when she grows she will always be a great motivating factor.”