The retired Pakistani cricketer with a long list of controversies to his name, Mohammad Amir, is all set to participate in Aussie Cricket League alongside the ignored wicket-keeping batter, Kamran Akmal.
The local Australian league will take place from 18th to 23rd December in Cranbourne, and the Pakistani duo is excited to be its part. Amir, while penning out on his Twitter in regard, posted that,
Big Action Coming up this Summer, Excited to be part of Aussie Cricket League 2022 from 18th to 23rd December, 2022 in Casey Fields, Cranbourne
— Mohammad Amir (@iamamirofficial) July 31, 2022
Kamran and Amir will represent the Pakistani squad in the Aussie Cricket League named Pakistan XI Squad, composed of 18 Pakistani cricketers. Former cricketer Yasir Hameed is also part of the team, whereas Mohammad Yousuf, who recently has been appointed as Pakistan Cricket Team’s batting coach, will also play a role in the Australian league. Yousuf is also the brand ambassador of the tournament.
Kamran started his cricketing career in 2002, having played his first-ever Test and ODI in the year. He made his T20I debut in 2006 and was last seen around the international panel in 2017. Since then, Akmal is to be seen nowhere.
As far as Amir is concerned, he retired from international cricket following his poor relations with ex-PCB management. He came out of retirement a few months later, but stuck to his past decision again. He now features in different leagues across the world.