Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir who is in five year ban wants second chance. Amir wants ICC to reduced his ban and let him play domestic cricket.
Amir started his international carrier at the age of 17. But as was found being involved in spot-fixing during a test match against England at Lord’s in the year 2010 Amir was banned for five years. He was also sent to jail at England for three months.
Amir who was said to be one of the best fast bowlers has played 14 test, 15 ODIs matches and 18 twenty twenty internationals and taking 51 wickets, 25 wickets and 23 wickets respectively.
“I have learnt lesson in these three years. I love cricket so much and It is too much frustrating for not playing cricket. So I want my ban to be reduced and let met play domestic cricket atleast,” said Amir.