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“My All-Time Favorite”: Pakistani Pitcher Posts Photo With Preity Zinta

On Thursday, Mohammad Amir took to Twitter to post a photo of himself alongside Preity Zinta, a Bollywood actor who is also a co-owner of the Punjab Kings franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

Mohammad Amir, a former Pakistan bowler, is currently playing for the Jamaica Tallawahs in the Caribbean Premier League that is currently taking place.

On Thursday, the individual who is now 30 years old posted a picture of himself along with the Bollywood actress Preity Zinta, who is also a co-owner of the Punjab Kings franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL) “my most-loved performer from the Bollywood industry is @realpreityzinta.

“It is essential to point out that Zinta is a co-owner of the Saint Lucia Kings, and she was present at the CPL match between the Tallawahs and the Kings that was played in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia. The contest was between the Tallawahs and the Kings.

On Wednesday, Saint Lucia Kings successfully chased down the target score of 164 with one ball left to play, resulting in a victory for their team over Jamaica Tallawahs by two wickets. Johnson Charles led the Kings in run production by playing a knock worth 62 runs while they were trying to reach their goal.

Mohammad Amir came back and delivered a spell that lasted four overs and had three wickets. The batsmen Niroshan Dickwella, Faf du Plessis, and Roshon Primus all fell victim to his bowling.

Earlier, the Tallawahs scored 163 runs in 20 overs thanks to a knock by Raymon Reifer that was worth 62 runs.

It is essential to take into account that Amir has stated his intention to retire from international cricket in the year 2020.

Amir has played for Pakistan in a total of 259 matches across all three formats of the game, including 36 tests, 61 one-day internationals, and 50 twenty-over internationals.

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