Pakistani Fast bowler Mohammad Amir came agonisingly close to a hat-trick in his return to domestic cricket on Friday after four years ban.
Muhammad Amir got three wickets for 23 runs in his opening match after 4.5 years ban from international and national cricket.
“I always try to make batsmen play as much as possible,’ Muhammad Amir said. “I am trying to give 100%, but to be honest with you, it’s not easy after all these years. I am starting from zero and working hard.’
Muhammad Amir was banned from all cricket after finding guilty in 2010 to charges of bowling deliberate no-balls, while playing a Test match against England at Lord’s.
The ICC shortened his five-year ban in January 2015, for his cooperation with anti-corruption and security unit.