Mohammad Amir set to play Club Cricket after County Cricket

Former Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir is set to play Club Cricket after representing Gloucestershire in County Cricket. His services have been acquired by London's Hornchurch Club for UK Club Cricket League.

The Club contacted him after his three-match contract for the County Championship ended. Amir will represent the club in three games, which kick-start on Saturday, 21st May.

Notably, the left-arm pacer has made his comeback to first-class cricket, as he was signed by Gloucestershire as a replacement for his countryman, Naseem Shah. Notably, Shah was injured and had to be expelled for the rest of the season.

The ex-cricketer remained wicket-less in the first game, however, rendered appealing performances in the next match, taking six wickets.

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