Graeme Swann feels Mohammad Amir should be banned for life- Veteran English spinner and smart bowler Graeme Swann opined that Mohammad Amir, the fastest bowler in Pakistani cricket team, should have banned for life. According to him, the player in green jersey who recently got acquitted from the jail after spending five years term behind the bars for allegation over him about the spot fixing should have sentenced for life time.
Amir made his comeback in international cricket few months and he has played the T20 WC 2016 tournament in which proved that after the five years also the energy and spirit to play for this country is still alive within him and he can one handed curb the match results. He’ll be playing the test cricket after a long time which about to start in August against England.
Alastair Cook has instigated the pacer that he would have to face English furore while playing the slowest format of cricket in Lords. Amir too expressed his feelings about returning to his career with a strong determination. The 24 year old fastest bowler talks less and exhibits his intentions and replies to all such comments through his extraordinary excellence in swinging.
Though he had vitiated the rules and internationally got humiliated for his derogatory act, he has regained his originality and excellency through his stunning comeback. In all the cricket battles he fought since his return to the national, he has performed awesomely and will emphasize on the maintenance of the consistency in upcoming cricket matches.
In the practice match against England, he outstandingly grabbed five wickets in the very first game and proved that he’s still active and can thunder the opponents with his stern aggression. Everybody, including hosting players, praised the brilliance shown by this man on the field. Cricketers of both the teams are striving hard to give their best in this series of matches to be played next month.