The eighth season of the Pakistan Super League got underway on February 13 with a few thrilling games. The second game was notable in more ways than one because Mohammad Amir played for the Karachi team when it faced the Babar-led Zalmi. Babar Azam faced the Kings for the first time since departing the team last year.
Mohammad Amir said something provocative about Babar Azam before his team’s season-opening game. In an interview with the Pakistani news outlet ARY News, Amir claimed that bowling to Babar would be the same as bowling tailenders, demonstrating his lack of bias for opponents.
YASIR SHAH WAS NOT IMPRESSED BY MOHAMMAD AMIR’S STRATEGIES.
These competitions and player rivalries keep players on their toes. I really like these types of challenges because they keep me focused. Amir has earlier said that for me, facing Babar or a tailender playing at number 10 would be the same since my responsibility is to take wickets and aid my side in winning games.
However, Pakistani spinner Yasir Shah expressed his unhappiness with the left-arm pacer after hearing about the criticism of Mohammad Amir’s statements against Babar. Such declarations shouldn’t be made prior of a game, the spinning said.
“Without a doubt, Babar is a top-tier athlete who performs well in all formats. To strike out a batter, a bowler only has to deliver one potent pitch. However, announcing such things just before the game is not a smart idea. NN lay meatlayshellweed Plainalized housing provided with benefits The CSA’s solution is Bay, Hou Number of Heroes Cer Mercy But he must realise that a bowler might have a bad day. In a GEO Super conversation, Yasir said that he didn’t perform as well as he ought to have.
“He fared well in BPL. But he struggled in this game. This does happen, but it’s expected in a game.
In the opening match between Karachi Kings and Zalmi, Mohammad Amir had a disastrous night, giving up 42 runs in his four overs without capturing a wicket.