New Delhi: Tainted fast bowler Mohammad Amir, showed his brilliance with the ball after claiming a hat-trick for his franchise Karachi Kings on Friday in the ongoing Pakistan Super League.
The 23-year-old Pakistan pacer admitted on Friday that he is feeling great about his form.
"I am feeling great," Amir said after his stupendous performance on Friday.
Karachi Kings beat Lahore Qalandars by seven wickets. The Lahore side were restricted to 125-8 as Amir grabbed impressive figures of 3/27.
The pacer who is rebuilding his career after being convicted of spot fixing, removed West Indian Dwayne Bravo with the second ball of the 19th over followed by the wickets of Zohaib Khan and Kevon Cooper.
Amir went on to add that with every game he is getting into a match rythm.
"With every game I am getting into my rhythm and it`s great for me as well as for Pakistan,” said Amir.
Amir returned to international fold in January, playing in the three-game Twenty20 series and the ODIs against New Zealand.
He completed a five-year ban in September last year following the ban he recieved alongside Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, on charges of arranging deliberate no-balls during the Lord`s Test against England in 2010.
All three players were jailed in the UK in 2011.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board is hosting its inaugural Twenty20 league with five teams competing at the neutral venues of Dubai and Sharjah in the UAE.
The league ends on February 23.
(With Agency inputs)