Aamer Jamal Biography:
Aamer Jamal is a Pakistani cricketer renowned for his role as a right-arm medium-fast bowler.Aamer Jamal was born on 5th July 1996.
|5 July 1996 (age 27)
Mianwali, Punjab, Pakistan
|5 ft 9 in (175 cm)
|Right-arm medium fast
Aamer Jamal was raised in Rawalpindi and started his cricketing journey in the local circuits around Rawalpindi. His domestic career kicked off in 2013, participating in inter-region Under-19 and departmental Under-19 tournaments.
After his stint with the Pakistan U19 team, Jamal extended his cricketing efforts to club and league cricket in England. Upon returning to Pakistan, faced with limited opportunities in Grade II matches, Jamal resorted to unconventional means, securing a car through a bank loan and venturing into online taxi driving to sustain himself and support his family.
Aamer made his first-class debut for Pakistan Television during the 2018–19 Quaid-e-Azam Trophy on 1st September 2018. Jamal List A debut for Pakistan Television in the 2018–19 Quaid-e-Azam One Day Cup occurred on 22nd September 2018.
In January 2021, Aamer earned a spot in Northern’s squad for the 2020–21 Pakistan Cup, showcasing his consistent performance in the domestic circuit.
The breakthrough to international cricket came in September 2022 when Aamer Jamal was selected for Pakistan’s Twenty20 International (T20I) squad against England. His T20I debut unfolded on 28th September 2022, against England.
Further recognition arrived in June 2023, as Aamer secured a place in the Pakistani Test squad for the series against Sri Lanka. This was followed by another call-up in November 2023 for a 3-match Test series against Australia.
Aamer Jamal made a memorable debut in the first Test on 14th December 2023, claiming figures of 6/111 in the first innings. This achievement positioned him as the 14th bowler for Pakistan to secure a five-wicket haul on Test debut.
Aamer Jamal entered his name into the record books during the third Test match in Sydney, setting a new milestone for the highest score by a Pakistani batsman at No. 9 in Tests in Australia.
Entering the field with his team struggling at seven for 220, Jamal showcased remarkable resilience, contributing 82 runs off 97 deliveries. His exceptional innings played an important role in steering Pakistan to a competitive first-innings total of 313. During his innings, Jamal showed an array of shots, accumulating nine boundaries and four sixes on his way to securing his maiden Test half-century.
This score surpassed the previous record held by Wasim Bari, who had scored 72 runs from 113 deliveries in Adelaide back in 1972. Jamal’s performance not only underscored his individual talent but also proved instrumental in bolstering Pakistan’s position in the match.