Mohammed Amir might resume to the PSL field after recovery



Mohammed Amir might resume to the PSL field after recovery

Mohammed Amir might resume to the PSL field after recovery

February 8, 2022  Authorbet365baji

The Karachi Kings' Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2022 campaign has gotten off to a bad start, with the team losing their first three games. However, they have some good news as they attempt to add the first points to their score, as their leading pacer Mohammad Amir has recovered from a hamstring ailment. The injury that had kept him away from the last few matches.

The 2017 Champions Trophy winner will be eager to redeem himself with the ball in hand for Karachi, as his PSL performances have been below par since his stunning departure from international cricket in December 2020. Since 2020, Karachi's frontline pacer has underperformed on home wickets, averaging just 36. Amir had a terrible 2021 season, taking only five scalps in 11 appearances.

The left-arm speedster was observed bowling with a lot of energy and passion during the practise session at the High-Performance Center Karachi, according to Pakistani newspaper The News International. As the 2020 winners seek a turnaround in their fortunes, Amir is allegedly fit to participate. According to the source, the former Pakistan fast bowler is expected to join the Karachi Kings in their next match on February 4 against last year's finalists Peshawar Zalmi. The Kings will breathe a sigh of relief, but it remains to be seen whether Mohammad Amir's return will be enough to stem the tide of defeat, as the former champions cannot afford any more losses. They'd like their pace sensation to get their rhythm as soon as possible, as bowling has been one of their main concerns, aside from batting failures, particularly middle-order failure. In the season opener, the Karachi Kings lost by seven wickets to the reigning champions Multan Sultans, then lost by eight wickets to the Quetta Gladiators, followed by a six-wicket thrashing by the Lahore Qalandars.

Karachi is wallowing at the bottom of the PSL 2022 points table with a negative net run rate of -0.998 as a result of a hat-trick of losses. When they face Peshawar Zalmi, they'll be hoping to end their losing skid.