Mohammad Aamer, a left-arm pace bowler, reveres Wasim Akram. Over 2007 and 2008, he also emerged, improbably young still, as a hot pace prospect. Even before he went to England on an U-19 tour, he had been selected out as a special talent by Wasim Akram himself at a pace camp he oversaw in Lahore in May 2007. After, his 4 for 30 helped Pakistan success in the third match of the one-day series against England in 2007, and he finished the series with eight wickets at 16.37 respectively. He had a great start to 2008, with two successive four-wicket hauls in Pakistan's win in the tri-nation tournament in Sri Lanka, relating the hosts and England.
He ended with nine wickets from three games at 11.22. He was set to star at the U-19 World Cup in Malaysia but his tournament was cut short by the dengue disease. But in 2009, his career really took off. He began with an remarkable performance on the domestic circuit, impress one and all with his whippy pace and swing. He took 55 wickets for National Bank of Pakistan in his debut season, and earned selection to the Pakistan World Twenty20 squad. There he hit the big time, taking over from an out-of-sorts Sohail Tanvir and bowling with pace, accuracy and bravery. He hovered in the high 80mphs, touching even 90 on occasion and was a crucial opening link in Pakistan's title run.
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