Mohammad Amir vows to comeback after serving ban

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Lahore: Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir, who is convicted in spot fixing scandal, looks forward to make a rapid return to International cricket after serving ban.

The 19-year-old left-arm seamer said that he will be back on the field once the ban phase is done.

In an interview, Amir said that no one can understand the pain he feels whenever he see Pakistan Cricket team on the field. “I want to represent Pakistan and play my role in the success of National team but could do nothing due to ban.”

He expressed grief over the spot fixing slip-up and said that facing ban from cricket was the biggest punishment he could get.

“I have set up nets at my house where I regularly practice and also go to gym to maintain fitness,” he added.

 Mohammad Amir was released from prison in February after serving half of his six month sentence for his part in the fixing affair, facing five year ban from cricket.

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