Personal Information About Mohammad Amir
|13 April 1992
|Place of Birth:-
|Gujar Khan, Punjab
|6 Feet 1 in
|Pakistani Cricketer (Fast bowler)
|Style of Batting:-
|Style of Bowling:-
|Left-arm fast bowler
Mohammad Amir Major Teams: Pakistan, Pakistan Under-19s, Karachi Kings, Federal, National Bank of Pakistan, Rawalpindi Rams, Chittagong Vikings.
Mohammad Amir Family Info
|Mohammad Amir Wife:
|Narjis Khan (m. 2016)
|Mohammad Amir Net Worth:
|USD 3 Million
Mohammad Amir Childhood
Muhammad Amir also known as Mohammad Aamer, is a Pakistani international cricketer and a left-arm fast bowler, he was born on 13 April 1992, in Gujjar Khan, Punjab. Amir was the second youngest of seven children in his family and was born in the Chohan tribe of the Gujjar family. Amir in his childhood played street cricket, his favorite bowler is Wasim Akram he often tried to emulate his hero, and Amir said that Wasim Akram is his idol. He always tried to do exactly what Wasim Akram is doing with the ball, at a very young age when he was playing street cricket he imitates his bowling actions in Wasim Akram’s style. At the age of 11 years, in 2003 Amir was picked at a local tournament and invited to move with the sports academy which was set up by the Bajwa in Rawalpindi. Amir after joining the national team moved to Lahore with his family due to the closer to top-flight cricket facilities.
Muhammad Amir Domestic Career
Amir was spotted as a prospect by Wasim Akram at a fast bowling camp in 2007, as Wasim Akram remarked that Amir was a much more clever fast bowler than he was at the age of 18 years. At the age of 15, Amir went on a tour of England with the squad of Pakistan U-19 and on this tour, he was one of the leading bowlers on the team. Amir took 8 wickets with an average of 16.37. Mohammad Amir took 4 wickets in successive games against Sri Lanka and England. In this tri-nation tournament which was played in Sri Lanka, Amir again performed with speed and swing bowling and he took 9 wickets in three matches. In the 2008 ICC Under-19, World Cup which was held in Malaysia Amir played just only a limited part of this world cup due to his injury problem.
In 2008 Amir made his domestic career debut for the Rawalpindi Rams and concurrently represented the NBP-National Bank of Pakistan. In his domestic debut, he took 55 first-class wickets for the National Bank of Pakistan. Mohammad Amir took key wickets including those of cricketers on the national side. Due to his brilliant performances in his domestic career he successfully makes a place in international cricket, and he was selected for the 2009 T20 World Cup. Amir announced his arrival, bowling with discipline, pace, and accuracy. He played a crucial role for his country in the T20 World Cup campaign where Amir had the nerve to bowl several ending overs to give Pakistan crucial wins.
Mohammad Amir T20 International Career
Mohammad Amir made his T20 International debut in the group levels of the 2009 ICC World Cup T20 against England, Amir took the key wicket of Ravi Bopara at just his second ball. He continued to give his outstanding performances as the tournament continued, he took the wickets in his first spell and also at the end of his spell, He was very effective at using the short ball with his bouncers that rushed onto the batsmen. Amir did well bowling in the T20 World Cup, especially against Sri Lanka, Amir’s most important moment arguably happened in the opening over of the final match against Sri Lanka. Amir bowled with speed and with consecutive very short deliveries to the top scorer of the tournament Tillakaratne Dilshan, Amir took his wicket on the 5 delivery and he managed to end the over with a wicket maiden.
In a T20 World Cup 2010, Amir took 3 wickets in a five-wicket-maiden over against Australia. The other players were run out in the same over. In T20 International this set a record of three wickets for a bowler and 5 wickets for a team in one over.
Mohammad Amir One Day International Career
Mohammad Amir made his ODI debut against Sri Lanka, he took three wickets and made 23 runs. On 9 November, against New Zealand Amir made 73 runs which is a record for a 10-number batsman.
Amir showed his brilliant performance and impressed the Pakistan Cricket team, in 2009 Pakistan toured Sri Lanka, and Amir shared a 62 runs partnership with Umar Gul for 10 wicket partnership. In 2009 Amir also played a match against New Zealand in 2009-10. Amir performed very well this season.
On 30 August 2009, Amir scored 58 runs against England at Nottingham, in this match Amir came at number 11 and he became the 1 st cricketer to make a half-century in One Day Internationals after coming last batting order.
Mohammad Amir Test Career
Mohammad Amir was listed in the test squad for the Pakistan cricket team for the series against Sri Lanka, Amir started his test career also well like an ODI career, he took 6 wickets in the match, he took the key wicket of Sri Lankan top batsman Kumar Sangakkara in both innings, in the second innings he took the wicket of Mahela Jayawardene. Amir did not successfully take the wicket in his next two matches against Sri Lanka.
In the next test match against New Zealand Amir took four wickets, at a time when his team was facing tough competition. Amir won his 1 st test match with his team during he was playing his 5 the Test match. Pakistan won this test match by 141 runs and Amir took three wickets.
In 2010, in a test match against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Amir took his 1 st five-wicket haul, wickets that e took included top batsman of the Australian team Ricky Ponting, Micheal Clarke, and Michael Hussey. In this test match, Amir showed his good bowling style.
On 24 July 2010, Amir performed very well against Australia and help Pakistan to win the 2 and Test match. The 1 st test match had won by Pakistan in the 15 years, which also drew 1-1 series, Amir took 7 wickets during this test match and was declared man of the match. In the second test match, Amir was the top wicket-taker of both teams.
In 2010 Mohammad Amir was awarded the title of man of the match for becoming the youngest cricketer to ever take a five-wicket haul in England. Amir also became the youngest player to take 50 test wickets. Amir was praised from so many former international cricketers for his outstanding performances in the test match.
In the England series, Amir took 19 wickets and became the highest of the Pakistanis and third highest overall in the cricket world at a brilliant average of 18.3. Amir also took 2 five-wicket hauls. Due to his great performance, he became the leading bowler for the Pakistan cricket team.
Muhammad Amir Spot-fixing scandal
Pakistani fast bowler Mohammad Amir was named in the spot-fixing sandals with 2 other cricketers from Pakistan. Amir was involved in the scandals with the former Test Captain of Pakistan cricket team Salman Butt and the fast bowler Muhammad Asif, they were observed in spot-fixing scandals in the series against England in 2010 in London. ICC took charge against Mohammad Amir and banned him for 5 years.
Amir Returning Back to the International Cricket
Mohammad Amir returned back in cricket on 5 September 2015. ICC’s anti-corruption unit permitted Mohammad Amir to play any format of cricket. Amir started his grade two crickets and he took three wickets in the re-opening match of his career, after performing in this match he played the national games from SSGP, Amir’s performance in the Quaid-e- Azam Trophy was outstanding and incredible.
Muhammad Amir in Pakistan Super League
Amir was declared completely free to play all formats of cricket, Amir was bought by the Karachi Kings franchise in the first season of PSL 2016, and Amir took a hat-trick for his team Karachi Kings against Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League. Amir was retained by the same franchise for the second edition of PSL 2017. In PSL 2017 Amir is representing Karachi Kings again.
Muhammad Amir in BPL
Muhammad Amir played the 3 rd edition of BPL-Bangladesh Premier League, Amir represented the franchise of Chittagong Vikings. In the opening match of the BPL, he took four wickets including the wicket of Pakistan Test Captain Misbah-ul- Haq. Amir’s performance in the Bangladesh Premier League was good.
Tour to New-Zealand
Amir is also in the squad of 16 men for the One Day Internationals and T20 Internationals against New Zealand, Amir is ready to give his outstanding performances and he is looking forward to his coming international career. Amir is the best fast bowler with great talent and the potential to play cricket. In his every performance, his consistency shows that in the upcoming time he will be the best bowler in the cricket world.
Mohammad Amir’s Wife Narjis Khan
Amir married a British Pakistani nationalist Narjis Khan. Mohammad Amir got married on 15 September 2016 in England. Later on, the couple’s wedding traditions had been performed in his home Pakistan, Muhammad Amir’s Mehendi, Barat, and Valima functioned held in Pakistan. Amir and Narjis were in love with each other before they married then they decided to become a life partner. The beautiful couple was looking so happy, charming, and relaxed at their wedding ceremony. Muhammad Amir’s wedding pic became very popular on social media. Fans collect Muhammad Amir’s and Narjis’s wedding pictures from their social media accounts.
Muhammad Amir’s Net Worth
Muhammad Amir’s net worth is expected to increase after his great come back in international cricket, Amir is back now in all formats of games such as Test, ODI, and T20 games. His great and outstanding performances represent his talent and he makes his place prominent at the international level. Muhammad Amir has taken the most number of wickets which is 60 in the year of 2016 by any player in 2016. Amir owns a house in Lahore which costs RS. 20 Crore, he has cars and other assets worth crores. The net worth of Muhammad Amir is USD 3 Million (32 Crores PKR). Muhammad Amir’s annual salary is 20 Million PKR and Muhammad Amir’s monthly income is 0.16 Million PKR.
Favorite Things of Mohammad Amir
|Listening to Music
Some Facts about Mohammad Amir
|Does Mohammad Amir smoke or not, it is not confirmed?
|Mohammad Amir drinks alcohol it is also not known.
|Amir has 6 siblings.
|Wasim Akram was the first person who noticed Mohammad Amir’s talent.
|At the age of 17, Amir made his international debut for his country Pakistan.
|In 2010, Mohammad Amir along with Salman But and Mohammad Asif was found guilty for spot-fixing scandals with Mazar Majeed, who is a British sporting agent and bookmaker.
|After finding in spot-fixing he was ban by ICC for the 5 years.
|In 2015, Amir returned back to the Cricket and he was permitted by the ICC to play all formats of games.