Islamabad : Pakistani Fast Bowler Mohammad Amir who was banned from the International Cricket for a period of 5 years after proving that he was involved in the spot-fixing is all set to make his comeback into the Internatioanl Cricket very soon.
As per the details from the Pakistan Cricket Board, he can play in the International Cricket from the month of Spetember this year but only after scrutinizing his performance by the PCB in the domestic circuit. This left arm fast bowler is all set to hit the International Cricket against Zimbabwe this year.
Mohammad Amir will first play in the Quid-e-Azam Trophy this September and only after that trophy with his performance he will be selected by the Pakistani Cricket Board. Shahid Afridi who is the Pakistani Captain for the T20 Team has revealed that Mohammad Amir will be selected into the national side against Zimbabwe only by the selectors.
As per the reports from the Pakistan media, Mohammad Amir has already started the training for his comeback into the International arena. He is expecting to get the ticket from the Pakistan Cricket Board for his comeback in International cricket after a long gap of five years.