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  • POSTED BY rajash5639792 on | July 22, 2016, 14:04 GMT

    Amir has a good opportunity to beat England. although there are enough hatters but Amir has an ability to defend them all.

  • POSTED BY Cricinfouser on | July 12, 2016, 17:12 GMT

    nobody cant escape of his past deeds for sure, nothing personal against amir but what he did was the biggest crime in any sport , a complete life ban should have imposed on him

  • POSTED BY ozone8237 on | July 7, 2016, 17:11 GMT

    First of all Thanks to the UK govt. for granting visa to Muhammad Amir that is the first sign of welcome and encouragement for a young talented and promising player. What he did he paid the price and has to live with whatever faded imprints of the blunder he made are left over on his career history. Agree with Khurram that as he performs better and better in the series the media will haunt him with all their Microscopic watchful eyes on him looking for any lead against him. Now all he has to do is to stay calm, focused and determined to show that Cricket is all he cares for and wants to earn his respect in a dignified way through his on-field performance and skills..

  • POSTED BY Riaz on | July 7, 2016, 12:01 GMT

    As a bowler I would like to suggest Amir to focus in his bowling and answer every question with his exceptional bowling that he has been blessed with. I am very confident that he will gain his respect back from those who are out there to hurt him with their comments. Just be focus on what you do the best young man. The majority of your fans are with you. Good luck!!

  • POSTED BY Khurram S Chaudhry on | July 7, 2016, 11:11 GMT

    this will happen more and more if ge performs better in tgis series. one good warm up and even bbc's headline was that. he should focus and reply all this by his bowling.

  • POSTED BY Daniel Powell on | July 7, 2016, 9:21 GMT

    The only response he should give is the sound of English stumps clanking out of the soil. I wish him all the very best. Thought he was hugely exciting to watch in 2010 and was devastating to see such a young player get into trouble so early on in his (extremely promising) career. I hope he doesn't do TOO well though, because I want England to win! XD

  • POSTED BY Saad Ramay on | July 7, 2016, 6:15 GMT

    he should take this as off-field sledging. He'll have to face it. This kind of sledging is in direct proportion with his performance.(increase with increase)