Pakistan left-arm pacer, Mohammed ameer, showed glimpses of the golden past on Sunday whereas enjoying for his county facet county against Kent.
The quick bowler, WHO recently proclaimed retirement from take a look at cricket, picked up 3 wickets with in-swinging deliveries. He got going early, selecting a wicket off his second ball on his come back to County Championship. In his last spell of the day, he removed 2 additional players to confirm that his team was on high at Stumps on Day one.
His banana in-swing to clean-bowl 3 of Kent’s batsmen reminded USA of his time period. Let’s live a number of his best bowling spells from his young days.
He got the wickets of Zak Crawley, Daniel Bell-Drummond, and Ollie Robinson. The 27-year-old made a peach of a delivery to send Robinson back to the tent. The ball, bowled from round the wicket, came back from outside off stump to knock the wicket out of the bottom.
Impressive bowling today from Mohammad Amir for Essex versus Kent. 17-4-30-3#Cricket pic.twitter.com/Iq7Kf2Lgw5
— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) August 18, 2019
He ended the day with figures of 3 for 30 in 17 overs with 4 maidens. Watching him bowl such breathtaking deliveries made everyone wonder why he decided to quit the longest format of the game for his country.