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[WATCH] Mohammad Amir abuses a fan for calling him a fixer in PSL 2024

Mohammad Amir took six wickets for Quetta Gladiators in PSL 2024.

Mohammad Amir who represents Quetta Gladiators in PSL 2024 made the headlines after he was caught hurling abuses at a fan after the game. One of the fans tried to get under the skin of the former Pakistan pacer by pitching in with “fixer” chants.

Meanwhile, the cricketer could have easily ignored it but decided to vent his frustration by giving him an ultimatum. In a video clip that has gone viral on social media, Mohammad Amir could be seen getting involved in a heated brawl with a section of fans.

Just as when the veteran walked past a stand in Karachi Stadium, fans were chanting his name. All of a sudden, one of the fans crossed his limits and then came up with ‘fixer’ chants, which annoyed the former Pakistani international.

Something kept bothering the paceman so he decided to give it back to the hater. “Fixer ke bachhe! Ghar se yahi seekh kea ate ho (Rough Translation: Is this what your parents have taught you?),” Mohammad Amir can be heard speaking in the clip.

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Pakistan spot-fixing scandal

For the record, back in 2010, the International Cricket Council (ICC) banned Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif after a tribunal found them guilty of spot-fixing during the Lord’s Test match against England.


ICC imposed sanctions against Salman Butt (10 years) and Mohammad Asif (7 years) whereas Mohammad Amir received a five-year sentence. During the game, Amir deliberately bowled no-balls after receiving directives from his skipper Salman Butt.

Mohammad Amir hasn’t quite yet found his rhythm in the ongoing PSL 2024. The left-arm seamer accounted for only six dismissals at an expensive economy of 8.69. He will be next seen in action against Multan Sultans today in Karachi.

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