Mohammad Amir hilariously apologises to Rilee Rossouw after losing 6-0 in FIFA

Mohammad Amir hilariously apologises to Rilee Rossouw after losing 6-0 in FIFA

Amir was representing Barcelona in the friendly match.

Mohammad Amir
Mohammad Amir. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Rilee Rossouw and Mohammad Amir are currently in Bangladesh, taking part in the 2019-20 edition of the Bangabandhu BPL. Both the overseas starts are plying their trade for the Khulna Tigers, captained by the enigmatic Mushfiqur Rahim. The Tigers are hanging in the middle of the points table with three victories from five matches at a net run rate of +0.316.

Khulna are next scheduled to lock horns with Rangpur Rangers in the second of Friday’s doubleheader at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium in Mirpur. Amidst their duties on the cricket field, Rossouw and Amir are spending their leisure time, enjoying to the fullest.

Rossouw defeats Amir

Of late, the duo had a tussle in a football match. It was a friendly match where Amir was representing Barcelona and Rossouw played for Liverpool. In the end, Rossouw’s team managed to pick the bones out of Amir’s side, defeating them by a margin of 6-0.

Rossouw uploaded a picture of the score-sheet along with Amir, asking the speedster for an apology. He captioned the photo and wrote, “Patiently waiting for my public apology Mr @iamamirofficial…#timewasted.”

Thereafter, Amir reverted with an apology. He wrote, “Sorry for wasting ur time bro.”

Here is the conversation between Mohammad Amir and Rossouw

Rossouw has been in excellent form in the T20 tournament. He is the second-highest run-scorer in this edition, having racked up 259 runs in five games at an average of 8.66. He has also struck the leather cleanly with a strike-rate of 161.87. Rossouw has three half-centuries up his sleeves with a top score of 66* against the Rangers at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chattogram.

Rossouw will have to carry on with his rich vein of form if the Tigers are to climb their way up and qualify for the playoffs. On the other hand, Amir has had to strain a wee bit. In five matches, the Pakistan fast bowler has four wickets, but at an economy of 8.35. Being a premier pacer in the team, a lot is expected of him. Going ahead, Amir will have to put forth his A-game, helping his side.