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Mohammad Amir tests positive for Covid-19 ahead of T10 League


Former Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Amir has been tested positive for the coronavirus. Following this, he will miss the T20 League scheduled to start from November 19 in Abu Dhabi.

Amir, who was all set to represent the T10 franchise Bangla Tigers in the fifth instalment of the league, urged his fans for his speedy recovery in a tweet on his official handle.

While speaking to the media, he said that his reports came positive on November 8, after which he had confined himself in a room for quarantine.

While stating his plans, he said that he will move to Karachi from Lahore on November 20 and from there to Dubai on November 21.

“The weather in Lahore is not good these days, so I don’t want to take any further risk regarding my health,” Amir said. “Alhamdulillah, the rest of the family members are completely fine,” he added.

Amir had stepped down from his international career after creating differences with the former head and bowling coaches, Misbah-ul-Haq and Waqar Younis.

The left arm-pacer has represented Pakistan in 36 Test matches, 61 ODIs and 50 T20Is.

He has also played for Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise in Karachi Kings. Furthermore, Amir played for Barbados Royals during the Caribbean Premier League (CPL) 2021.





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