DUBAI: Pace bowler Mohammad Amir was discounted of the five-match one-day series against Sri Lanka in the wake of anguish shin damage amid the progressing second Test in Dubai on Saturday.
Pakistan Cricket Board said the 25-year-old had a MRI scan, after which he was encouraged to rest for half a month.
“Amir has been precluded of the ODI series against Sri Lanka because of an anxiety related damage in the correct shin. The quick bowler has been exhorted half a month rest after he experienced a MRI check,” said a PCB discharge.
Amir strolled off the field on Friday amid the first day’s play in the second Test, however was cleared to bowl on Saturday. He figured out how to bowl only three overs however, 19.3 in the match, before by and by limping off the field.