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Mohammad Aamer

Dougie Marillier

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Vettori: We appreciate the efforts of Ajmal and Aamer.
Mohammad Aamer, the Man of the Match: I am happy with the record for the partnership for the tenth wicket but it would have been great to win the contest. We did well but it always hurts to lose from as close a position as this. Nothing short of a fascinating game we witnessed this evening. New Zealand had Pakistan reduced to 101-9 at one stage but then Aamer and Ajmal got together in a monumental partnership to script a massive turnaround. Aamer was the dominant partner and Ajmal from the other end kept providing him the strike by dabbing it around. 48.5 Mills to Aamer, 1 run, widish outside the off stump and Aamer cuts it hard to point, odd bounce for the man at point and he allows a single with a fumble 48.4 Mills to Aamer, no run, And what was that? 48.2 Mills to Aamer, 1 run, short and wide outside the off stump, Aamer goes on the backfoot and cuts it to point, sets off for a quick single, shy at the striker's end, misses it, all the luck lies with Pakistan here 47.6 Bond to Aamer, no run, banged in short, Aamer drops out of the way of the bouncer 47.5 Bond to Aamer, no run, slower and wider outside the off stump, Aamer goes on the backfoot and cuts it into the covers, straight to the fielder 46.4 Mills to Aamer, leg byes, 1 run, Aamer shuffles across to work it away on the leg side, off the pads and calls for a quick single, good running between the wickets on that occasion 46.2 Mills to Aamer, 1 run, full and wide outside the off stump, Aamer reaches for it and drives it into the covers for a single 45.2 Bond to Aamer, 1 run, low full toss outside the off stump, Aamer opens the face of the bat and slices it to point for a single 45.1 Bond to Aamer, 2 runs, overpitched outside the off stump, Aamer creams it wide of long off for a couple, good placement and good running between the wickets 44.4 Oram to Aamer, 1 run, angled in a long way, Aamer gently taps it on the off side for a single, big appeal for lbw but turned down 44.3 Oram to Aamer, FOUR!!, Aamer backs away outside the leg stump and Oram follows him with a delivery right up in the blockhole, big inside edge helps the ball into the fine leg fence, Oram is cursing his luck 44.2 Oram to Aamer, no run, Aamer steps out and Oram foxes him with a bouncer, goes for a slog and misses it completely 44.1 Oram to Aamer, no run, angled in from round the wicket, Aamer shows the full face of the bat and defends it straight back to the bowler 43.2 Southee to Aamer, 1 run, full ball on the legs, Aamer closes the face of the bat and clips it towards mid wicket for a single, straight to the fielder in the deep 43.1 Southee to Aamer, no run, banged in short just outside off, Aamer leaves it all alone this time 42.4 Oram to Aamer, 1 run, full and wide outside the off stump, Aamer reaches for it and drives it down the ground to long off for a single, straight to the fielder in the deep 42.2 Oram to Aamer, 1 run, Aamer miscues a loft to long off now, single taken 42.1 Oram to Aamer, no run, Big appeal for lbw but turned down, that is astonishing, homing in from round the wicket, Aamer gets forward to defend and is rapped on the pads, turned down, Oram can't believe it Aamer has now equalled the highest score for a No.10 batsman. He joins Dougie Marillier who won an incredible game against India when he made 56* in Faridabad in 2001. 41.5 Southee to Aamer, 1 run, banged in, Aamer mistimes a pull to mid on for a single 41.4 Southee to Aamer, no run, angled across, Aamer defends it on the off side 40.6 Mills to Aamer, no run, angled across with some extra bit of bounce on that occasion, Aamer goes on the backfoot and looks to punch it through the covers, beaten all ends up on that occasion! 40.5 Mills to Aamer, no run, cracked off the backfoot to point, finds the fielder 40.4 Mills to Aamer, FOUR!!, Fraction short outside the off stump, Aamer backs away outside the leg stump and slaps it right down the ground for four, wonderful shot! 40.3 Mills to Aamer, no run, defended into the covers, straight to the fielder 40.2 Mills to Aamer, no run, back of a length delivery on the stumps, Aamer defends it straight back to the bowler 40.1 Mills to Aamer, FOUR!!, And that's a well deserved fifty, Maiden ODI FIFTY!! short and wide, Aamer looks to pull, takes the edge and flies over 1st slip, streaky way to get to a milestone 39.2 Southee to Aamer, 1 run, back of a length delivery outside the off stump, Aamer opens the face of the bat and steers it down to third man for a single 39.1 Southee to Aamer, no run, banged in, Aamer shapes up for a pull and misses it 38.6 Mills to Aamer, 1 run, pitched up and Aamer looks to smash it hard, mistimes it wide of mid off for a single only Aamer is on way to his maiden fifty, would be a well deserved one if he gets there. 38.5 Mills to Aamer, FOUR!!, Fraction short and wide outside the off stump, Aamer backs away and slams it right down the ground for four, splendid shot! 38.4 Mills to Aamer, no run, lovely shape for Mills there, swinging away as Aamer looks to push hard at it, beaten all ends up on that occasion, close shave 38.2 Mills to Aamer, 1 run, full and wide outside the off stump, Aamer reaches for it and drives it to deep extra cover for a single, straight to the fielder in the deep 37.6 Bond to Aamer, byes, FOUR!!, How unlucky! dips back in late and the ball goes past the keeper for four, streaky runs, went right through Aamer on that occasion 37.3 Bond to Ajmal, no run, banged into the body of Ajmal, defends it on the leg side, wanted a quick single but sent back by Aamer 37.2 Bond to Aamer, 1 run, back of a length delivery outside the off stump, Aamer looks to cut, outside edges it down to third man for a single, one tailender is shielding the other! 37.1 Bond to Aamer, FOUR!!, Poor delivery from Bond, Overpitched outside the off stump and Aamer backs away before smearing it wide of mid off for four, splendid timing on that shot! 36.5 Vettori to Aamer, 1 run, flighted delivery on the middle and leg, Aamer backs away outside the leg stump and sweeps it to square leg for a single, straight to the fielder in the deep 36.4 Vettori to Aamer, no run, Aamer looks to work it away, misses it completely 36.2 Vettori to Aamer, 2 runs, Vettori tosses it up on the middle and leg and Aamer looks to slog sweep it over the top, top edge goes way up in the air, lands safe, that was hit pretty straight, mishit infact 36.1 Vettori to Aamer, no run, flighted delivery outside the off stump, angled away, Aamer gets forward to defend, does it awkwardly in the end Batting powerplay now, Aamer is feeling very confident about those three sixes 35.6 Bond to Aamer, 1 run, gently worked away off the legs for a single, Aamer retains the strike with that run 35.5 Bond to Aamer, no run, lovely piece of bowling from Bond this time, pitched up outside the off stump, Aamer doesn't go anywhere with his feet, fishes and misses, mighty close to the outside edge on that occasion 35.2 Bond to Aamer, 1 run, angled across the left hander, Aamer reaches for it and drives it towards cover for a single 34.4 Vettori to Aamer, SIX!!, And another one, Aamer drags this one over square leg for another big six! two sixes in a row for the Pakistani Number 10 34.3 Vettori to Aamer, SIX!!, And that seems to have vanished and it has indeed, tossed up gently and Aamer slog sweeps it big, big over mid wicket for a cleanly hit six, Superb! 34.2 Vettori to Aamer, no run, tossed up on the middle and leg, Aamer defends it 32.6 Vettori to Aamer, no run, superb delivery to finish the over, flighted delivery on the off, pushed a little quicker as Aamer prods and misses, beats the outside edge 31.6 Oram to Aamer, no run, yorker length delivery on the stumps, Aamer backs away but can't size up for a big swing across the line, digs it out watchfully in the end 31.5 Oram to Aamer, no run, short and wide outside the off stump, Aamer goes on the backfoot and cuts it to point, straight to the fielder on that occasion 31.3 Oram to Aamer, no run, once again, slanting in and defended on the off side 31.2 Oram to Aamer, no run, length delivery hitting the corridor of uncertainty, angled in again as Aamer looks to drive it through the covers, beats the outside edge by just a kitten's whisker, close shave 31.1 Oram to


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Butt, Aamer to leave for ICC hearing on Thursday
Lahore: Suspended Pakistani cricketer duo of Salman Butt and Mohammad Aamer will leave on Thursday for Dubai to attend a crucial two-day ICC hearing, which would decide their future in international


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Pakistani batsman Salman Butt and bowler Mohammad Aamer vowed to prove their innocence as they left for Dubai to appeal against their suspension over a spot-fixing scandal.
Salman Butt and Mohammad Aamer will leave on Friday for Dubai to attend a crucial two-day ICC hearing, which would decide their future in international cricket.


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Lahore: Suspended Pakistani cricketer duo of Salman Butt and Mohammad Aamer will leave on Thursday for Dubai to attend a crucial two-day ICC hearing, which would decide their future in international cricket.Lawyers for the two players, who were suspended by the ICC in September for their alleged involvement in spot-fixing and violating the ICC anti-corruption code, will accompany them for the hearing


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Butt, Aamer to leave for ICC hearing on Thursday Lahore: Suspended Pakistani cricketer duo of Salman Butt and Mohammad Aamer will leave on Thursday for Dubai to attend a crucial two-day ICC hearing, which would decide their future in international cricket. All About: Mohammad Aamer, Salman Butt, PCB, Cricket, Top Sports News, Topnews Print | Butt, Aamer to leave for ICC hearing on Thursday');" class="size11 blue">Rate


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