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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir has revealed that working on his “form and fitness” enabled him to be the national team’s highest wicket-taker at the World Cup.
Amir took 17 wickets in eight matches at an average of 21.05 at the tournament.
However, despite his efforts with the ball, Pakistan failed to qualify for the semi-finals since New Zealand had a better net run rate than them.
“I have been playing regular cricket for two to three years due to which my body got tired. However I have finally gotten my rhythm back after working on my form and fitness,” Amir told Essex Cricket TV as quoted by cricketpakistan.com.pk.