Retired Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir will return to action in competitive cricket after Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) issued him NOC to play in the ongoing T10 league.
The 30-year-old is part of the Bangla Tigers and has been training with the side in Abu Dhabi, however, he was not granted NOC, which is mandatory for any player participating in a foreign league.
NOCs have been issued to all other cricketers of Pakistan except Mohammad Amir.
It must be noted Amir doesn’t miss any opportunity to criticize PCB and the Pakistan team. He slammed them over their loss to India and Zimbabwe at the recent T20 World Cup.
He will be available for selection now for the remaining matches of the competition.
His side, Bangla Tigers has played three games, winning one and losing two.
The tournament’s sixth edition started on 23 November and will end on 4th December. Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium is hosting the T10 League tournament.
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