'Find it easy to bowl to him, can get him out both ways': Mohammad Amir relives rivalry with star India batsman

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Mohammad Amir has bowled several memorable spells during his career, but none comes close to the wreckage he caused in the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy.
Mohammad Amir may have retired from international cricket, but he was so good that many have questioned the Pakistan left-arm pacer's decision to retire early from international cricket. Amir was only 28 when he decided to retired from international cricket, finishing with 119 wickets from 36 Tests, 81 wickets from 61 ODIs and 59 more from 50 T20Is for Pakistan.

Amir has bowled several memorable spells during his career, but no mention of it is incomplete without the wreckage he caused in the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy. With India facing Pakistan in the summit clash, Amir shredded India's top order restricting them to 33/3 in a daunting chase of 339. Amir dismissed India's top tree – Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan and Virat Kohli – to finish with 3/16 is a spell…
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