Mohammad Amir to join Pakistan team camp ahead of second T20I series against Ireland

Mohammad Amir has been granted a visa by the Irish consulate, allowing him to join the team camp ahead of the second T20I in the series against Ireland.

The matches are scheduled to take place in Dublin, with the rest of the Pakistani squad having departed for Ireland on May 7th, and the first T20I set for May 10th. The delay in Amir’s visa was attributed to technical reasons, but after extensive discussions between the Pakistan Cricket Board and Cricket Ireland, the issue has been resolved.

The specific reason for the delay was not disclosed by the Irish consulate. Mohammad Amir has returned from retirement under the new management of Pakistan cricket has heightened anticipation for his inclusion in Pakistan’s T20 World Cup squad.

His participation in the upcoming series against Ireland and England, just before the World Cup, holds significant importance, offering insight into his form and readiness for the tournament.

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