Former Pakistani pace bowler Mohammad Amir is set to make his CPL debut in 2021. Amir announced his retirement from international cricket for Pakistan in December of last year, which was an unexpected turn of events. The veteran speedster’s harsh decision raised a lot of questions in the cricket world, especially as Mohammad Amir was doing well for the Men in Green. Mohammad Amir joins Barbados Tridents for CPL 2021 season
After retiring from International cricket, Amir is concentrating on Franchise cricket
Despite the fact that the 29-year-old’s international career has come to an end due to a dispute with Pakistan’s team management, the left-arm bowler continues to play in domestic T20 tournaments throughout the world. Amir is concentrating on franchise cricket after retiring from international cricket.
He has now been signed by the Barbados Tridents for the following season, which will begin in August 2021 in St Kitts and Nevis. Details about the event were shared on the Caribbean Premier League’s official Twitter page.
Adding experienced players like Amir could be definitely an advantage for the team of ‘Barbados Tridents’
Amir, who was born in Pakistan and has a lot of international experience, might be a strong addition to the Barbados Tridents. So far, the 29-year-old has appeared in 103 T20s, taking 112 wickets at an economy rate of 7.10 and an average of 22.5. Tridents have kept nine players from the last edition of the CPL selection while releasing up to eight players.
Shoaib Malik could strengthen the Guyana Amazon Warriors.
Other teams have added several famous players in their squads ahead of CPL 2021, in addition to the Barbados Tridents. The Guyana Amazon Warriors have named Shoaib Malik, an accomplished all-rounder, to their squad for the CPL 2021 season. Malik was a big part of the Guyana Amazon Warriors’ incredible run in the 2019 edition. In CPL 2019, the all-rounder was crucial in the team’s 11-game victories.
The leg-spinner, Sandeep Lamichhane has also joined the Trinbago Knight Riders for the season. It will be his fourth time playing in the CPL. In the last three seasons, the leg-spinner has played for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Barbados Tridents, and Jamaica Tallawahs.