Mohammad Amir looking to rediscover bowling rhythm in domestic cricket

By Agency

After a deplorable Asia Cup, Mohammad Amir is returning to domestic cricket with the hope of rediscovering his mojo. The left-arm pacer will join his department Sui Southern Gas Corporation (SSGC).
Announcing the development, SSGC coach Atiq-uz-Zaman tweeted, "I am pleased to inform you that Mohammad Amir will be representing SSGC in the current season and we'll do our best to help him getting his rhythm and form back."
Amir was recently dropped for the two-match Test series against Australia which begins on October 7 in Dubai. The decision, a PCB statement said, was taken keeping in view the conditions in the United Arab Emirates.
Amir averages over a hundred with the ball in ODI cricket this year. He has picked up only three wickets across 10 matches. He remained wicketless in the recently concluded Asia Cup and his last wicket came on July 13 in Zimbabwe.