Watch: Pakistani left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir took two wickets in two balls late on the second day of Gloucestershire’s County Championship encounter with Hampshire.
As Hampshire started their second innings with a lead of 163, Amir dismissed Felix Organ for a duck off the second ball of the innings as the right hander nibbled at a rising ball outside off stump and was caught at second slip.
Amir then removed nightwatchmen Kyle Abbott and Mohammad Abbas with successive balls, a sequence which included a lethal in-swinging yorker to get rid of his countryman Abbas and leave Gloucestershire reeling on 15-4.
The ex-Pakistan international returned to first-class cricket last week after a three-year exile, signing a three-match deal for Gloucestershire as an injury replacement for Naseem Shah.
Watch: Mohammad Amir unleashes hooping yorker to take two in two in the County Championship
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