Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir reveals what he is working on that will make him a more dangerous bowler

Mohammad Amir determined to bowl at 90 miles per hour consistently Pakistan cricket

Mohammad Amir: “Every fast bowler strives to bowl at 90 miles per hour”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir has revealed that he is aiming to start bowling at 90 miles per hour consistently.

Amir’s comments come after he took 17 wickets in eight matches at an average of 21.05 at the World Cup.

Given that he has regained his form after taking just five wickets in 15 ODIs at an average of 92.60 between the conclusion of the Champions Trophy in 2017 and prior to the start of the ongoing World Cup, Amir now has his sights set on bowling faster and becoming more lethal.

“Every fast bowler strives to bowl at 90 miles per hour. When you are getting wickets, you can focus on other things as well, so now I am focusing on increasing my speed,” he told Essex Cricket TV as quoted by

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