‘My plan is to hit them…’- Aamer Jamal roared after spitting fire with the bat against Australia


In the first innings of the third test match, Aamer Jamal played a brilliant inning of 82 runs in 97 balls.

Aamer Jamal (Photo Source: X/Twitter)

Aamer Jamal: The last match of the three-match Test series between Pakistan and Australia is being played at the Sydney Cricket Ground from January 3. After winning the toss, Pakistan came to bat first and were all out for 313 runs in the first innings. By the end of the first day’s play, Australia had scored 6 runs in an over.

Aamer Jamal has batted brilliantly for Pakistan in the first innings. Fans are praising his batting on social media. after the first day’s play Aamer Jamal revealed that his plan was to attack against Australia, regardless of their bowling.

I have struggled a lot- Aamer Jamal

Speaking at the press conference after the first day’s play, Aamer Jamal said, ‘We had a discussion that whenever our number 7 or 8 goes to bat, they bowl a lot of bouncers. So before going out to bat I told the management that it does not matter where they bowl. My plan is to hit him. I am ready for their bouncers.

Let us tell you that Aamer Jamal has become the first Pakistani player to take five wickets and score a half-century in the first Test series. In the first innings of the third test match, Jamal played a brilliant inning of 82 runs in 97 balls. Talking further in the press conference, Amer Jamal said that he has struggled a lot to reach here in his career, but did not give up.

Aamer Jamal said, ‘Cricket is my passion, when your passion turns into your profession then you enjoy it. Don’t take stress at that time. When I bowl and bat, I try to live in the moment. It’s not like I’ve been given a chance, I’ve struggled a lot and never given up. So it means a lot to me and I try to contribute whenever I step on the field.

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