Mohammad Amir set to represent Pune Devils in Abu Dhabi T10!!

After the end of Indian Premiere League you entertainment journey doesn’t ends! After IPLs, tremendous One Day Internationals and Twenty20 will began which are still going on! 

Now, the question is what will our freaky cricky lovers watch after the end of ODIs and T20 matches? 

So, buddies after the end of T20s, another outstanding league is waiting for all of you i.e., Abu Dhabi T10 League!

Abu Dhabi T10 league is the only ten-over international cricket in the world lasting 90 minutes and the fourth edition of this league is on the way! 

All of you knows that in this league eight teams battle with each other but this year, one new team name Pune Devils is also introduced!

About Pune Devils!

Veteran Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir, who recently announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket on Thursday and take indefinite break, will spearhead the pace attack of Pune Devils in the upcoming edition of T10 cricket! 

Mohammad Amir represented team Pune Devils was earlier known as Karnataka Tuskers and has appointed Jonty Rhodes as head coach.

On Wednesday, the arrival of Amir’s Pune Devils was confirmed and a stunning post on Twitter was posted, which you all can watch out here,

Fourth Edition of Abu Dhabi T10!

Initially the fabulous fourth edition of T10 was scheduled to began from 18th November but the ongoing pandemic destroys every plan and postponed the matches! 

Now, the T10 league will be staged from 28th January to 6th February in 2021 only at the Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, which hosted a number of IPL games from September to November. 

The tournament will feature eight teams like the first three editions, but the only difference is that the name of Karnataka Tuskers changes to Pune Devils!

So, guys raise your hands of you are interested to watch the upcoming league!

Does Mohammad Amir Played in Abu Dhabi T10!

Recently, Amir was seen in the Lanka Premiere League where he played on the behalf of Galle Gladiators and played fabulously. 

He took 11 wickets from 10 matches and finish the LPL as the fifth leading wicket-taker in the competition. 

Moreover, the 28-year-old cricketer also has an experience of playing in the Abu Dhabi T10 league as in the third edition of T10 league he has represented the team Maratha Arabians in the tournament. 

Hence, just stay tuned to get the cheesy updates about the upcoming T10 league!

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