Pakistan vs West Indies: Mohammad Amir is 'fully fit' for World Cup debut, says Sarfaraz Ahmed

WION Web Team
New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaUpdated: May 30, 2019, 09:31 PM IST

Mohammad Amir (L), Sarfaraz Ahmed (R). Photograph:(AFP)

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'Mohammad Amir is fully fit and available for selection,' Sarfaraz told reporters

Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed said that pace sensation Mohammad Amir is fit for his World Cup debut on Friday against West Indies at Nottingham's Trent Bridge stadium. 

"Mohammad Amir is fully fit and available for selection," Sarfaraz told reporters. 

Amir, who was initially not included in Pakistan's provisional squad after his not so impressive performance ahead of the World Cup. 

However, he was later included as the selectors decided to include him in the final 15 for the twelfth edition of Cricket World Cup. 

"It's a dream come true," Amir told AFP ahead of Pakistan's first match against West Indies. 

"Every cricketer dreams of representing his country in a World Cup so this is my chance," he added. 

Sarfaraz said he was clear about his starting 11, with all his players fit.

"I think it's good to be unpredictable," Sarfaraz added Pakistan being unpredictable. 

"At the end of the day, the Pakistan team is very dangerous," he added.