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Amir to Get Full Support at His Comeback, Stated Wahab

Wahab Riaz

Wahab Riaz who makes his test debut at the Oval test in 2010 and that was the match Pakistan won has been the Pakistan’s fastest and a consistently performing bowler over the years with the spell he bowled to Shane Watson during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup in the Pakistan vs Australia game becoming the highlight of his career so far has become the next to stand in favor of Muhammad Amir.

Muhammad Amir, who became an unlucky victim of the spot fixing scandal back in 2010 and is now all set to make his all-important comeback in the test series against England, starting from the coming 14th July.

On his comeback there are many who are supporting Muhammad Amir and a few who are not. James Taylor, the recently retired young English middle order batsman has expressed his views by saying that the spot fixers should never be allowed to comeback to cricket. Kevin Pietersen and Graeme Swann, the former English off-spinner has also shared the similar views against Amir.

Considering the facts and views it is clear to say that this is seriously going to put pressure on Amir, so Wahab along with the other team members are supporting Amir big time as he showed his love with Amir by calling him his little brother in an interview that is obviously going to put confidence in Amir.

Amir shared his views on his comeback by saying that he is terribly luck that he is going to resume his test career at Lords that is the same venue where he was caught in the spot fixing scandal.

Wahab also added that without any doubt Amir had been through a lot of trouble during the last 6 years and has suffered a lot, but he is mentally very strong and is all set to answer his critics with his performance.

Just a gentle reminder that Amir has recently made his comeback in the limited over cricket where he was phenomenal with his fast swing bowling with the spell he bowled against India during the Asia cup 2016 that has been the talk of the town still.

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