After the five year ban and protest of fellow players, Mohammad Amir has made it to the Pakistan national team to play the short series of limited overs against New Zealand. His consideration in the Twenty20 and One-Day International squads for Pakistan vs New Zealand Series 2016 stays dependent upon him being issued a visa by Wellington.
The chief selector of Pakistan, Haroon Rasheed said: “Mohammad Amir consideration is liable to his visa and he was accessible for choice in the wake of being cleared by the ICC and Pakistan Cricket Board. His late frame has been amazing and that is the reason we picked him,” said Rasheed.
Since his boycott was casual in April a year ago and totally lifted in September, Amir has been in colossal structure, taking 86 wickets in 21 four-day and Twenty20 recreations. The three Twenty20s will occur on January 15, 17 and 22, while the ODIs will be hung on January 25, 28 and 31. Prior to the boycott Amir was viewed as the most smoking property in worldwide cricket, having taken 51 wickets in 14 Tests and 25 in 15 One-Day Internationals. He additionally had 23 wickets in 18 Twenty20 matches.