Mohammad Amir bowls first no-ball in six years

August 11, 2016 | By

Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir finally bowled his first no-ball in six years when he overstepped in his eighth over of the England innings on the first day of the fourth and final Test at The Oval on Thursday.

This becomes his first no-ball since his return to international cricket in January 2016.

Since his return Amir has played 11 Twenty20, two one-day internationals and this is his fourth Test.

Amir was banned for five years on bowling no-balls during the Lord’s Test against England in August 2010.

Since his return Amir has bowled 42 overs in Twenty20 and 17 in one-day internationals. He bowled 157 overs in the four Tests before bowling his first no-ball in the 158th over.

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