Inzamam-ul-Haq ©AFP
Inzamam-ul-Haq ©AFP

Former Pakistan Test skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq believes that inclusion of disgraced Mohammad Aamer in Pakistan will help the future of their team. Inzamam praised the 23-year-old’s performance in Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) and hopes that he continues his present form. The former right-hand batsman also expressed his views on the ICC World Twenty20 2016 which is held in India, saying that Pakistan has always entered the tournament with a motive to beat the arch-rivals. He also requested his country to beat India’s record against Pakistan in the coming event. On the brighter side, Aamer will play alongside Shoaib Malik for Karachi Kings in the inaugural edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2015-16. ALSO READ: Inzamam-ul-Haq extends contract as Afghanistan Head Coach

Before being found guilty for spot-fixing in 2010, Aamer was in good form in the domestic matches played. He had taken 51 wickets in 14 Tests matches and 25 wickets in 15 One-Day Internationals (ODIs) before he was given five years ban for bowling deliberate no-balls in the fourth Test against England at Lords in 2010. ALSO READ: Mohammad Aamer’s return to Pakistan side dented by selectors resistance

Aamer looks forward to play for his country soon and before he could join, he has started consulting lawyers with regards to visa access for playing in countries like India, England and Australia. The national selectors have indicated that he will be called for the national conditioning camp in Lahore later this month for the tour to New Zealand in January. Malik has also supported Aamer saying he would be glad to welcome Aamer back in the team as he has served his punishment. He also went on to say that Aamer is a nice person and has shown his talents by his performance so far.