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Mickey Arthur revealed the accurate reason why Amir was let for Pakistan's World Cup squad

Pakistan head mentor Mickey Arthur has conceded that left-arm seamer Mohamamd Amir was not picked in the World Cup squad because of his absence of wickets since the finish of the Champions Trophy in 2017.

Mickey Arthur revealed the accurate reason why Amir was let  for Pakistan's World Cup squad
Mickey Arthur revealed the accurate reason why Amir was let  for Pakistan's World Cup squad
Amir was let alone for Pakistan's World Cup group when it was reported a month ago.

Amir's structure in ODIs has been dreary since the finish of the Champions Trophy in June 2017 as he has taken five wickets in 14 matches at a normal of 92.60.

Be that as it may, Pakistan are permitted to make changes to their side without consent from the International Cricket Council (ICC) until May 23.

Therefore, Amir could conceivably get into the group on the off chance that he exceeds expectations amid the progressing five-coordinate ODI arrangement against England.

Amir was let alone for Pakistan's World Cup group when it was reported a month ago.
Amir was let alone for Pakistan's World Cup group when it was reported a month ago. 

"Amir is a magnificent bowler. When he hits the nail on the head, his expertise level is stunning so we trust he recaptures his bowling structure," Arthur revealed to Sky Sports as cited by cricketpakistan.com.pk. "Anyway his presentation since the Champions Trophy has been less than impressive which made it hard to choose him.

"In spite of the fact that Amir hasn't grabbed numerous wickets, his economy of 4.7 since the Champions Trophy has been great. In any case, we need strike bowlers who can [take] wickets since that is the main way we can confine the restriction."

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