Watch: KRK Claims Champions Trophy Final Was Fixed, Calls BCCI Private Limited Company

Prince Singh / 20 June 2017

Bollywood’s controversial critic Kamaal Rashid Khan (KRK) seems to have developed a liking for remaining in the spotlight for all wrong reasons. The last few days have seen him creating quite a stir on the social media with his anti-Virat Kohli tweets and he has now come up with a video that is bound to raise more eyebrows.

With Pakistan claiming a stunning and unexpected 180-run win over India in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy final, KRK has claimed that the match was fixed and the critic has come up with some absurd reasons to back his claim. The self-proclaimed actor, who reviews the Bollywood movies on Youtube, took to the same video sharing platform to release his review of the recently-concluded final.

After being invited to bat first, Pakistan, led by Fakhar Zaman’s maiden ODI century, set up a daunting 339-run target with a loss of four wickets. In reply, India could only score 158.

KRK began his review by stating Pakistan’s dismal record against India in recent years and citing it as a big reason behind cricket’s sorry state in Pakistan.

“A game can survive till its fans are crazy for it but Pakistan’s public was not at all crazy for Pakistan cricket, rather it was very disappointed. And it had lost all interest in watching its team play. In such a scenario, it was very important for both Pakistan Cricket Board as well as ICC to revive Pakistan cricket,” KRK said.

“Well,  Pakistan were brought into the final from one side and India came from the other side. So a super hit match was already set up. The very day Pakistan had qualified for the final, I had said they would go on to win the Champions Trophy and India would lose the final. The reason for the same was that Indian team is so strong that an eighth-ranked Pakistan could not have defeated them,” he added.

He went on to give different reasons to back his claim and even said that the BCCI and ICC are private limited companies which pay salaries to cricketers to make them play cricket.

Here is the video of his review of the game. Check it out: