Mohammad Amir rejoins T10 League after testing negative for COVID-19

Mohammad Amir has fully recovered from the coronavirus and has joined the Bangla Tigers

By Web Desk
November 23, 2021
Mohammad Amir. --AFP/File

Pakistan's former left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir has become part of the Abu Dhabi T10 league after he announced to part ways with the fast-paced competition last week as he had tested positive for the coronavirus.

Mohammad Amir has fully recovered from the coronavirus and has joined the Bangla Tigers. 

The 29-year-old fast bowler also took part in his first training session yesterday and will be in action for Bangla Tigers in the last five matches.

It is important to mention that the Abu Dhabi T10 league kicked off in Abu Dhabi on November 19 and will conclude on December 4.

Mohammad Amir's team, Bangla Tigers, have played 3 matches in the six-team competition so far, wining one and losing two to stand on fourth position with 2 points.

After the conclusion of this league, Mohammad Amir will travel to Sri Lanka to take part in the second edition of Lanka Premier League where he will play for Galle Gladiators.