Pakistani pacer takes six wickets for Essex in farewell match
Pakistani fast-bowler Mohammad Amir drew the curtains on his first-class cricketing career on Tuesday with a performance that harked back to his golden days.
The pacer, who was playing his final first-class game, finished with figures of 6-64 in a winning cause for Essex against Kent in Canterbury.
— Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) August 18, 2019
Earlier, Amir had announced that he will be retiring from Test cricket to prolong his limited-overs career.
Amir played 67 first-class games and took 260 wickets at an average of 22.50 and economy of 2.83.