|Full name||Muhammad Amir|
|Born||13 April 1992|
Born in Changa Bangial, Gujar Khan, in 1992. Muhammad Amir said “My idol and favourite player is Wasim Akram. The first time I watched him play on TV, I focused intently on his ball-handling technique. When I got home, I went out and tried to mimic his style of bowling.”
When Amir was just 11 years old, he was asked to attend Sir Asif Bajwa's sports academy in Rawalpindi, the head of the Bajwa Cricket Academy. Amir and his family relocated to Lahore when he was called up to Pakistan's national cricket squad. In September of that year, Amir married Narjis Khan, a British citizen. Mansa Amir and Zoya Amir are the names of their daughters.
Amir's height (188 cm - 1.88 m ft) equals six feet two inches. It is estimated that he weighs 73 kg.
The eyes are black in hue, and the shade of hair is also black.
|Hobbies||Listening to music|
|Favorite Persons/things||Shaan Shahid|
|Family Members||Father- Not Known, Mother- Naseem Akter, Brother- Mohammad Ijaz|
On July 4, 2009, he made his Test debut against Sri Lanka at the Galle ODI. Sri Lanka at Dambulla on July 30, 2009; T20 vs. England in London on June 7, 2009. Even though he is the center of attention, there is a lot of attention paid to Pakistani players (fast bowlers).
|Known for||Pakistani cricketer as fast bowler|
|Career start||ODI-30 July 2009 v England in London, T20-7 June 2009 v England in London|
Wasim Akram, a former Pakistani fast bowler, picked Amir in a fast-bowling camp in 2007. Among the Pakistan Under-19 cricket squad members that went to England was Amir, who was 15. When it came to the best bowlers, he had an average of 16.37. The following year, he grabbed four wickets in succession for Sri Lanka and England against the same opponents. Using a combination of pace and swing, he claimed nine wickets at an average of 11.22 in three games at the tri-nation competition in Sri Lanka. His participation in the 2008 Cricket World Cup in Malaysia was cut short due to an injury.
As a player for the National Bank of Pakistan and the Rawalpindi Rams, he made his Pakistani debut in March 2008. For the NBP, he took 55 wickets in first-class cricket in his first season. Several of his victims were members of the national cricket squad, and they won the 2009 Twenty20 World Cup as a result of this home dominance.
To begin the 2019 Euro T20 Slam cricket competition, he was picked by the Dublin Chiefs to play for them in July 2019. The tournament was canceled the following month. He was chosen in November of this year. The Tigers have picked Khulna to compete in the Bangladesh Premier League for the 2019-20 season. Galle Gladiators trained him for the first Lanka Premier League in October 2020. The Gladiators picked him in a player draught in November 2021 for the 2021 Lanka Premier League.
|2008–2010||National Bank of Pakistan|
Amir made his international debut against England during the group stage of the 2009 ICC World Cup T20. Shoaib Malik's catch allowed him to give up just one run in his debut international over, which he knocked down with his second ball. Against Sri Lanka, Amir made his one-day international debut and grabbed three wickets at an economy rate of 4.50.
For the Test series in Sri Lanka, Amir was named to Pakistan's Test team following the triumph of the T20 World Cup in 2009. In addition to quick bowlers Abdul Rauf and Gul, he was picked ahead of more seasoned players like Sohail Tanveer. Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara and batter Mahela Jayawardene were among the victims of his six wickets, which included two in the first innings and one in the second. After that, he went two Tests without taking a wicket. He took four wickets in the first Test against New Zealand, his highest total in a Test match. In his 5th Test, Pakistan won by 141 runs, taking three wickets, including Taylor's, to his maiden Test victory. During the second inning of the game, he scored 97 runs. For lower-order batters, he was also an excellent performer.
|Test debut||4 July 2009 v Sri Lanka|
|Last test||11 January 2019 v South Africa|
|ODI debut||30 July 2009 v Sri Lanka|
|ODI shirt no||5|
|T20I debut||7 June 2009 v England|
|Last T20I||30 August 2020 v England|
|T20I shirt no||5|
While competing in the 2009 ICC World Twenty Twenty, Amir maintained his impressive form, taking a wicket in his first spell in six of the seven games he played, including the championship game. To catch his bouncers with the short ball, he frequently jerks the ball to get the batsman out. When he faced Sri Lanka in the final of the 2009 World Twenty20, Amir touched 152 kmph (94.44 mph) and 145 kmph (90 mph). It's time to unleash the full power of your most potent ball.
In the opening over of the final versus Sri Lanka in the 2009 Twenty20 World Cup, he played his most critical over. Tillakaratne Dilshan, the tournament's leading run-scorer, was knocked out on the fifth over delivery by a pair of short balls from the fast bowler.
To start the 2010 World Cup, Amir picked up three wickets in the first over of his five-over spell against Australia. In the same inning, the other two guys were also out. In T20, he achieved a global record with three wickets for a bowler and five for a team in a single over, both firsts for the sport.
While the Pakistan Cricket Board gave Abdul Razzaq and Mohammad Yousuf lucrative cricket contracts, Amir was overlooked. The Pakistan Cricket Board gave Amir a deal in the 'C' division.
Amir participated in the 2016 Asia Cup after returning to international cricket. Amir's most nuanced performance of the tournament came in the tournament's fourth encounter against archrivals India. Indians were under strain since Amir had already claimed two wickets in the over. Amir finished the match with 3/18 as India chased the goal with four overs remaining. In the competition, he got seven wickets at an economy rate of less than six.
He was included when the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) published its final 15-man roster for May's 2019 Cricket World Cup. The 12th of June, 2019. It was Amir's first five-wicket haul in a one-day international against Australia. With 17 wickets in eight matches, he was Pakistan's leading wicket-taker in the tournament.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) suspended three Pakistani players, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif, and Salman Butt, in September 2010 on charges of match-fixing. According to the allegations, he performed various activities on the field, including bowling no balls at pre-determined periods during the Lord's Test against England at the direction of a bookie. All three were eventually exposed to long penalties by the International Criminal Court before the matter could be heard by the British Crown Court, where they were found guilty and sentenced to a life sentence in prison.
An announcement was made in July 2019 that Muhammad Amir will be retiring from Test cricket. While playing for England, he averaged 30.47 runs per innings and grabbed over 150 scalps during his Test career in 2013. Since his debut in 2009, he has appeared in 36 Tests.
On December 17, 2020, he stated that he would no longer be eligible for international selection after claiming that the Pakistan Cricket Board had abused its power. He has often openly insulted the Pakistan team management and coaching staff, particularly Waqar Younis and Misbah-ul-Haq. Attempts have been made to distort, and it takes a lot of work to generate your image. Younis refuted this and stated that Muhammad Amir's statements had offended him.
In terms of money, Muhammad Amir is worth one crore rupees.