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Aamer Hayat Biography
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Aamer Hayat BiographyAamir started as an Emirati professional cricketer on 6 December 2017, playing for his side in a match against Nepal. He was part of the ICC World Cricket League 2015-17 in UAE's squad. In his early days for United Emirate’s, he played in a match against Afghanistan on 29 November 2017 in ICC Intercontinental Cup. Soon after his List-A debut, Aamir played international cricket for the team.
Aamer date of BirthHe was born on 28 August 1982 at Lahore, Pakistan. Currently, he is living in the United Arab Emirates.
Initial CareerHe started playing List-A and first-class cricket for United Arab Emirate’s team from 2017-18. Aamir impressed the selectors with his bowling performances. He was able to bowl well in the pressure situations from his early days at cricket. He made his way in the international side at an old age. He was in his thirties when he joined his national team.
- Aamer Hayat has appeared in 16 List-A matches so far and has registered 23 wickets in total, averaging 26.60 with the ball. His bowling Strike-Rate is a nice one that is 34.2. With a decent economy rate of 4.66, he is among the efficient and economic bowlers in the Emirate team. Aamir has also been successful in achieving a four-wicket haul in his List-A matches. Hayat has only played a single first-class game and could not make it count as he could not take any wicket for his team.
- Due to his economic line and length, he has made his way in T20 cricket. He has six wickets in his four T20 games so far and has a decent bowling average and economy of 17.16 and 7.35, respectively.
International Career and Achievements
- Aamir made his ODI debut against Scotland on 23 January 2018. Though he could not register his first wicket in the match but bowl well, giving only 40 runs in his eight overs. UAE made a successful chase of 300 runs and clinched the victory. On 26 January 2019, in a match against Nepal, Aamir's all-around performance helped UAE get over the line against the opponent. On batting first, Nepal lost all their batting on 113 runs in their innings during 34th over.
- Hayat was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets along with his captain Muhammad Naveed who also took three wickets. In UAE's chase, their team lost seven wickets for just 73 runs. Then Hayat scored 24 valuable runs, including a six to seal the victory. He declared the player of the match.