Amir reveals the secret to why he took so many wickets for Pakistan at the World Cup

Mohammad Amir reveals that the secret behind him taking 17 wickets at the World Cup was working on his form and fitness Pakistan cricket

Mohammad Amir: “I have finally gotten my rhythm back after working on my form and fitness”

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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.

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Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir reveals why the World Cup was so special for him

Mohammad Amir believes the World Cup was so special for him since he took 17 wickets and regained his form Pakistan cricket

Mohammad Amir: “That was much needed because before World Cup, I was struggling to get wickets, but in the World Cup I think I performed well for Pakistan”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir has revealed that the World Cup was so special for him since he regained his form with the ball.

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‘Mitchell Johnson has been absolutely exceptional’, says Nick Compton

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“At the moment, Australia have got someone with exceptional skill in Mitchell Johnson, who is bowling exceptionally quickly”

England opening batsman Nick Compton has admitted that Australia left-arm pace bowler Mitchell Johhnson “has been absolutely exceptional” throughout the ongoing Ashes series.

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Fast bowling has always been about ‘intimidating’ your opponent, says Mitchell Johnson

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“If you can bowl a ball at someone’s grille, I don’t care who you are you’re going to feel intimidated”

Australia left-arm pace bowler Mitchell Johnson has defended his aggressive approach, stating that fast bowling has always been about “intimidating” your opponent.

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Australia will continue targeting England with bouncers, says Craig McDermott

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“There’s not too many tailenders around the place who bat below seven that enjoy playing a lot of balls around their helmet”

Australia fast bowling coach Craig McDermott has announced that the national team’s pace attack will continue targeting England’s batsmen with bouncers since it has proved to be highly effective.

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England should consider dropping Swann, says Alec Stewart

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“He is averaging 99 in the two Tests and is going at more than four an over with a strike-rate of about 140 balls per wicket”

Former England captain Alec Stewart has announced that the national team should consider dropping off-spinner Graeme Swann for the third Ashes Test in Perth, which gets underway on December 13.

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Tremlett ‘is definitely one we have to be wary of’, says Steve Smith

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“He obviously did a very good job for them the last time they were out here”

Australia all-rounder Steve Smith has admitted that the baggy greens have to keep a close eye on England pace bowler Chris Tremlett in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane as he is looking to prove that he should remain in the bowling attack for the rest of the series.

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