I perform at my best against India, Australia: Amir

Pakistani fast bowler Muhammad Aamir, who came back to cricket after serving a 5-year ban, said that he always wants to perform at his best against his neighboring rival India and Australia.

In an interview with the Cricinfo, the fast bowler said that, “I think I get extra energy when I play against Australia and India. Whether or not I perform against the other teams but I always want to perform against these two teams.”

“The stardom increases, your value as a player increase, performing against India is a dream come true” he said.

On Virat Kohli’s dismissal in Champions Trophy

While talking about his two deliveries to Virat Kohli is Champions Trophy, Aamir said gthat he believes those deliveries changed his image in the United Kingdom.

“The catch being dropped first and Kohli getting out on the second was a big achievement. And because of that we had won 60 to 70 percent of the match because India relies a lot on Kohli.”

“I remembered Fakhar Zaman’s moment when he scored a hundred after been given another second chance. When I was going back to my bowling mark. I was praying to God that something similar doesn’t happen but he got out next ball,” he said.

He further stated that he is satisfied with his performance since his comeback to cricket after a long 5 years break.

“I am satisfied with my performance. If after five years a bowlers come and plays all three formats, plays the leagues, I think it’s a big achievement. If you see in 2016, I had bowled second most overs for Pakistan. I cant say I have done very well but feelings are mixed.”



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