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Former Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Akhtar (Photo: @shoaib100mph)
Former Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Akhtar (Photo: @shoaib100mph)
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Shoaib Akhtar Criticizes Pakistan Cricket Run By Average People After England Whitewash Pakistan 3-0

Shoaib Akhtar said Pakistan cricket is being run by ‘average people’ and it is wrong to expect extraordinary things from average people as he explained the reasons behind Pakistan’s 0-3 whitewash to England.

A dejected Shoaib Akhtar called Pakistan cricket’s current situation ‘hopeless’ and demanded ‘serious’ introspection after the Babar Azam-led side lost the third and final ODI to England at Edgbaston in Birmingham to end up suffering a 3-0 whitewash. The fact that a full-strength Pakistan side lost to an England team assembled in two days after their first-choice squad had to be isolated due to a Covid-19 virus outbreak, made matters worse.

Shoaib Akhtar
Shoaib Akhtar. (AFP Photo)

Shoaib Akhtar: Pakistan Board Is Average As The Team’s Performance Was Shameful

Explaining the reasons behind Pakistan’s 3-wicket loss despite putting 331 on board, Shoaib Akhtar said Pakistan cricket is being run by ‘average people’ and it is wrong to expect extraordinary things from average people.

“It’s a shameful performance. Our board is average. It brings average people, the management is average so obviously, they are going to build an average team. You can’t expect extraordinary things from average people.

“It’s wrong for you to expect. Crowd is coming to the ground but after watching such performances, the fan following will never grow. There is no star to inspire the youngsters. Then how can you bring the next Shoaib Akhtar, Shahid Afridi, or Wasim Akram? You have to build a brand,” Akhtar said on his YouTube channel.

James Vince drives through the covers during his maiden England hundred Getty Images
James Vince drives through the covers during his maiden England hundred Getty Images

After being thrashed in the first two ODIs, Pakistan did put their best foot forward in the third ODI on Tuesday but even that was not enough. Captain Babar Azam slammed a record-breaking 158 – his highest and the most by any Pakistan player against England – to lead his side to 331 for 9. But in reply, James Vince hit his maiden ODI ton and Lewis Gregory scored a crucial 77 off 69 balls as England reached home in 48 overs with three wickets in the bank.

Shoaib Akhtar: Pakistan’s Mindset Is Like The 70s

Shoaib Akhtar said Pakistan cricket is stuck in the 70s and is happy with scores of 320-330 when much more can be achieved on placid batting tracks.

“Why this England team is doing so much better than us? Our mindset after we lose a couple of wickets is to bat steadily, build partnerships and then only try and attack in the last 10 overs. This is 70s cricket. We are stuck in the 70s. England says even if we are bowled out in 40 overs we will make sure we get 300.

“Every England batsman that walked in, kept the scoreboard moving and it was not mindless slogging. It was methodical hitting, there was a rotation of strike. But we are playing 70s cricket because our mindset is like that, we don’t want to improve,” Akhtar said.

Pakistan's Babar Azam celebrates his century (Reuters)
Pakistan’s Babar Azam celebrates his century (Reuters)

Making no attempts to hide his disappointments, Shoaib Akhtar said Pakistan cricket is in a ‘hopeless situation’ as the fans are not getting value for their money.

“Pakistan cricket is in a serious situation. They are in treacherous waters. It’s a very hopeless situation for PCB and Pakistan. I don’t know what the authorities are thinking but it’s a very hopeless situation. I’m not saying because I need a job but I’m saying this because I’m hurt. I played this game for my country.

“I ran in and I made sure people get value for their money. And they did that. Unfortunately, I’m not getting value for money from this team. This is not defendable, this is unexpected. This must be looked into,” he said.

James Vince’s 102 off 95 balls came in a 129-run stand for the sixth wicket with the impressive Lewis Gregory, who scored 77 in just his third one-day international as the hosts pulled off the highest successful ODI run-chase at Edgbaston. It came after Babar Azam’s career-best 158 lifted Pakistan to 331 for 9.
Babar Azam shared a third-wicket partnership worth 179 with Mohammad Rizwan, whose 74 off 58 balls was pivotal in pushing Pakistan’s score into a commendable total. Imam-ul-Haq also contributed a valuable 56 and put on 92 runs for the second wicket with Babar Azam.

Pakistan will take on England in a three-match T20I series starting from July 16.

England 332 for 7 (Vince 102, Gregory 77, Rauf 4-65) beat Pakistan 331 for 9 (Azam 158, Rizwan 74, Imam-ul-Haq 56, Carse 5-61) by 3 wickets

Inzamam-ul-Haq | AFP
Inzamam-ul-Haq | AFP
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Inzamam-ul-Haq Criticises Pakistan Batsmen For Approaching ODI Cricket With A Mindset Of T20Is

Inzamam-ul-Haq, a former cricketer believes Pakistan is approaching ODI cricket with a T20 mindset after England’s second-string side beat Pakistan by 52 runs in the second ODI at Lord’s on Saturday to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

While speaking on his YouTube channel, the former cricketer criticised Pakistan batsmen for not taking their time at the crease.

Inzamam ul Haq
Inzamam-ul-Haq JEWEL SAMAD / AFP

Inzamam-ul-Haq: Pakistan Is Trying To Play T20 Cricket

Despite being without their first-choice squad and being put in to bat in conditions which Ben Stokes described as “lovely to bowl in” and subsiding to 160 for 7 with 20 overs of their innings remaining, England won the 2nd ODI by 52 runs after winning the first ODI in Cardiff by nine wickets.

“Pakistan team is trying to play T20 cricket. They were going for big hits and were not rotating the strike. Pakistan played 151 dot balls and yet they didn’t bat 50 overs. Fakhar scored only 8 runs in 50 balls, so a bowler is bound to create pressure on you,” Inzamam said.

Babar Azam
Babar Azam. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP) (Photo by AAMIR QURESHI/AFP via Getty Images)

“Every batsman is playing four dot balls and then going for a hit. You need to rotate the strike and give time to yourself in ODIs otherwise you will only score 150 or 190,” he added.

Pakistan’s top-order batting which is supposed to be their strength in white-ball cricket has become the cause of a chastening series loss after the abject surrender in the first 2 ODIs. In Cardiff, they were reduced to 26 for 4 even as the game had barely begun while at Lord’s they stumbled to 36 for 3 and then 53 for 4. The likes of Imam ul Haq (0 and 1), Babar Azam (0 and 19), Mohammed Rizwan (13 and 5) failed in both games.

Inzamam-ul-Haq: Saud Shakeel Was Playing Proper ODI Cricket

However, Inzamam-ul-Haq lauded the temperament of young batsman Saud Shakeel, who scored his maiden ODI fifty in the second ODI. There were encouraging moments for Pakistan as Saud Shakeel, in just his second ODI, looked composed in his knock of 56 runs off 77 balls.

“Saud Shakeel was playing proper ODI cricket. He didn’t score at a high strike rate but I found him confident and he scored under pressure, which is a good sign for Pakistan cricket. There are areas in which he can still improve, but his confidence and technique are very good,” he said.

Saud Shakeel
Saud Shakeel. Photo Credit: Twitter.

England’s second string proved more than a match for a Pakistan team that had lost only one of their 12 most recent ODIs and is currently ranked No. 3 in the World Cup Super League. Pakistan will take on England in the third match of the series on Tuesday in Birmingham.

Pakistan AFP / Lindsey Parnaby
Pakistan AFP / Lindsey Parnaby
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Pakistan Should Give Youngsters Longer Run To Prove Themselves, Says Imam-ul-Haq

Imam-ul-Haq has explained that one of the things that are pulling down Pakistan cricket is the unwillingness to give the younger players a long rope.

During the 1990s and 2000s, the contests between India and Pakistan used to be pretty evenly-matches. However, over the last few years, the contests have become a lot more one-sided. While India has developed a strong pool of players, Pakistan has not been able to do that at the same level as their rivals.

Imam-ul-Haq © AFP
Imam-ul-Haq © AFP

Imam-ul-Haq Spoke To Eoin Morgan And Virat Kohli As He Feels Pakistan Is Lacking As Their Cricketers Isn’t Given A Proper Run To Prove Themselves

Opening batsman Imam-Ul-Haq has explained that one of the things bothering Pakistan cricket is the unwillingness to give the young players a long rope, something that cricketing nations like India and England have excelled at.

India’s pool of players is vast and highly talented, whereas England isn’t much behind. Pakistan, on the other hand, have depth in their line-up of their youngsters, but Imam-ul-Haq reckons the management needs to show faith in their abilities and give them considerable opportunities to help them nurture.

Eoin Morgan, Virat Kohli
Eoin Morgan, Virat Kohli
Image Credit: Getty Images.

“I have spoken to Eoin Morgan and Virat Kohli, two of the most successful captains in white-ball cricket. I have heard from them and their players that the cricketers get a full go and a proper run to prove themselves. I think this is where we are lacking,” Imam told sports presenter Sawera Pasha on the YouTube show ‘Cricast’.

“I think if we find that consistency, we will get better results. In South Africa, we managed to chase 330, because the core of the ODI side has been the same for a while.”

 Pakistan batsman Imam-ul-Haq has opined that players being underpaid compared to nations like India is one reason youngsters cannot express themselves freely out in the middle. Like the IPL, Pakistan has its own T20 league (PSL). However, according to Imam-ul-Haq, players don’t get paid enough, be it in the franchise or domestic cricket.
The 25-year-old revealed that he has even spoken to legends like Eoin Morgan and Virat Kohli on why their (white-ball) teams are incredibly successful and how they managed to maintain consistency.

Imam-ul-Haq: IPL Has Made A Big Difference In India

Another reason why Pakistan is behind in terms of producing quality young cricketers such as India points out Imam is not getting the chance to play the IPL. Pakistan cricketers have been banned from playing the IPL, with their only appearance coming in the first-ever edition back in 2008. Imam-ul-Haq says a tournament of the calibre of IPL has gone a long way in shaping youngsters.

“So when they face these bowlers in international cricket, there is less of a mental barrier. For Pakistan, a player is directly drafted in from domestic cricket, so he finds it difficult to make that immediate adjustment,” Imam explained.
Sohail Tanvir IPL
Sohail Tanvir IPL. (Photo Source: Twitter)
Apart from Pakistan’s Sohail Tanvir (Rajasthan Royals), other Pakistan cricketers like Shahid Afridi (Deccan Chargers), Shoaib Malik (Delhi Daredevils), Shoaib Akhtar (Kolkata Knight Riders), Misbah-ul-Haq (Royal Challengers Bangalore), Mohammad Asif (Delhi Daredevils), Kamran Akmal (Rajasthan Royals), Salman Butt (Kolkata Knight Riders), Umar Gul (Kolkata Knight Riders), Younis Khan (Rajasthan Royals), Mohammad Hafeez (Kolkata Knight Riders) participated in IPL 2008.

Sohail Tanvir represented Rajasthan Royals (RR) in the inaugural edition of the T20 Championship and scripted history by claiming the Purple Cap. Rajasthan Royals was on a roll during IPL 2008 as they became the first franchise to lift the elite Trophy. Sohail Tanvir played a major role in Rajasthan’s success as he picked 22 wickets in 11 matches including a best of 6 for 14, which stood as an IPL record for many years.

Darren Sammy goes traditional after Peshawar Zalmi's PSL title win in 2017 AFP via Getty Images
Darren Sammy goes traditional after Peshawar Zalmi's PSL title win in 2017 AFP via Getty Images
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Darren Sammy Insists PSL 2021 Wasn’t Called Off Due To Him And Wahab Riaz

Darren Sammy and Wahab Riaz had allegedly breached the bio-secure bubble in the first half of PSL 2021. The Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 will reportedly resume in the first week of June, and all the teams would be gearing up for the marquee event.

Wahab Riaz. Image - @thePSLt20/Twitter.
Wahab Riaz. Image – @thePSLt20/Twitter.

Darren Sammy Insists He And Wahab Riaz Didn’t Break The Bio-Secure Bubble

The T20 tournament, which was initially scheduled to take place in February and March, was suspended midway after several members contracted the COVID-19 virus despite being in the bio-bubble. While the main reason behind the breach isn’t understood yet, some reports suggested that Wahab Riaz and Darren Sammy have violated the protocols. Darren Sammy is the head coach of Peshawar Zalmi, while Wahab Riaz leads the side.

At the start of PSL 2021, the duo was accused of breaching the bio-secure protocols to meet team owner Javed Afridi during their practice session. As per the rules, they were supposed to be in isolation for three days and had to return two negative COVID-19 tests to be allowed back in the bubble. However, Darren Sammy and Wahab Riaz joined the squad before the required period, and the latter even played all the games.

England batsman Tom Banton tested positive for COVID-19 in Pakistan.
England batsman Tom Banton tested positive for COVID-19 in Pakistan. (Source: Twitter/ Getty Images)

Subsequently, fans lashed out at Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for easing the norms for the duo. The duo came under the scanner even further when the entire competition was postponed. Speaking of the same, Darren Sammy claimed he had nothing to do with the PSL being paused indefinitely.

“I wouldn’t say we broke the bio-secure bubble. This is new territory for everybody. When I read the news, it made it sound like Wahab and myself left the hotel and ventured out. We just had training and we said hello to our boss (Javed Afridi). By the time we realized what had happened, we had two COVID tests, so did the Boss,” Sammy said in an interview with The Current.

Peshawar Zalmi has a strong squad for PSL 2021 consisting of the likes of Fabian Allen, David Miller, Fidel Edwards, Imam-ul-Haq, Kamran Akmal, Shoaib Malik, and the team management will expect their batsmen to perform better under mentor and batting consultant Inzamam-ul-Haq’s guidance.

Fawad Ahmed, Tom Banton, and another Islamabad United player besides one support staff member with the Karachi Kings (Kamran Khan) testing positive for Covid-19 have led to concerns which eventually led to the postponement of PSL 2021.

Darren Sammy: PSL 2021 Wasn’t Called Off Because Of Me And Wahab Riaz Shaking Hands With Peshawar Zalmi Boss

Highlighting that no one from the Peshawar Zalmi squad had got infected, the former West Indies captain said that the whole team was very strict about the rules, so it would be wrong to claim that PSL 2021 was suspended due to Wahab Riaz and his actions.

“We were negative and I could tell you from that day onwards, Peshawar Zalmi was really strict to the books and if you noticed, none of our players tested positive during or after that and the tournament was definitely not called off because of me and Wahab shaking hands with our boss at the cricket ground,” he added.

Darren Sammy
Darren Sammy. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

PSL will now be resuming in Abu Dhabi, with Darren Sammy joining his team soon. The Wahab Riaz-led side is currently second in the team standings, with three wins in five games.

Only 14 games were completed in the 34-match tournament. The remaining 20 Pakistan Super League 2021 matches are scheduled to be held in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) from June 1-20.

Imam-ul-Haq, Pakistan national cricket team,
Imam-ul-Haq. Image Credit: Getty Images.
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I Was Disheartened: Imam-Ul-Haq Opens Up On Nepotism Accusations

Pakistan national cricketer Imam-ul-Haq is the nephew of great Pakistan cricketer Inzamam-ul-Haq. The youngster opens up on the pressure he had to go through because of having a relationship with former Pakistan skipper. He reveals that he was accused of nepotism and was under heavy criticism. 

Imam-ul-Haq has enjoyed immense success in ODIs since his debut in 2017, scoring seven centuries. However, being related to a cricket personality, he was under pressure before making the debut for Pakistan. 

I was very disheartened: Imam-ul-Haq

Imam-ul-Haq,
Imam-ul-Haq. Image Credit: Getty Images.

Imam-ul-Haq, who made the debut against Sri Lanka, reveals that social media was full of negative comments. He was upset and couldn’t control the situation. He, at last, switched off the phones to ignore voices. 

“When all of this started happening, I would have my meals all alone. It was my first tour and you know how it can get on the first tour. And whenever I would open my phone, there were people tagging me on social media posts or sending me stuff. I was very disheartened and couldn’t understand anything. 

“ I stopped talking to my family because I didn’t want to put them under any pressure that I’m facing problems. I switched off and handed both my mobile phones to my manager, and said, ‘I can’t take this, please take them off me’,” he added.

Imam didn’t want to play: 

Imam-ul-Haq
Imam-ul-Haq. Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Imam suffered alone and cried for hours. He wished that he didn’t get the chance to play because he was concerned about what people will think about him if he failed to score. 

“I remember crying in the shower for hours that I haven’t even played yet [he played the third ODI of the series in Abu Dhabi]. It’s very easy for young players to get surrounded by self-doubt,” he said

He was included in the playing XI in the third ODI of the series but the player was not the right frame of mind. However, he silent all the criticism after scoring century in that match. 

“My confidence had hit the rock-bottom and I was feeling so low that I felt I won’t be able to perform in the match. I was focussing less on the match and more on what would happen after,” he added. 

Imam-ul-Haq has, so far, played 11 Tests, 37 ODIs and 2 T20Is, scoring 485, 1723 and 21 runs respectively. 

Imam-Ul-Haq, ICC World Cup 2019, Pakistan
(Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)
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Deep Dasgupta Finds Similarity Between Imam-Ul-Haq And Rohit Sharma

Former Indian wicket-keeper Deep Dasgupta recently praised the 24-year-old Pakistan top-order batsman Imam-ul-Haq and compared with the Indian limited-overs vice-captain Rohit Sharma.

Rohit Sharma is one of the greatest limited-overs opening batsmen. Since he was promoted to the opening batting position, Rohit has shown the incredible consistency in his batting. The Indian right-handed batsman likes to build up the innings and always ready to take the major batting responsibility for his team. The cricket world highly praises and respects the Indian opening batsman.

Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma (Image Credits: Getty Images)

After playing 32 Tests, 224 ODIs and 108 T20Is, Rohit has scored 2141 runs (average 46.54), 9115 runs (average 49.27) and 2773 runs (average 32.62) respectively. He is the second most run-scorer in T20I history. At present, Rohit is the second-ranked ODI batsman, just behind the Indian captain Virat Kohli.

The way you build your innings is similar to Rohit Sharma: Deep Dasgupta told Imam-ul-Haq

Deep Dasgupta feels that Imam-ul-Haq reminds him Rohit’s batting when the Pakistan youngster builds up his innings. Deep also pointed out that his powerplay strike-rate might be slightly low than his middle-overs strike-rate, but he impressed with his quality to bat for a long time.

Deep Dasgupta
Deep Dasgupta (Image Credit: Twitter)

Deep told Imam during a recent interview for ESPNcricinfo, “The way you build your innings is similar to Rohit. Your strike-rate is slightly low in the powerplay compared to middle overs but you play long innings.”

After making his international debut in 2017, Imam has played 11 Tests, 37 ODIs and two T20Is where the left-handed batsman has scored 485 runs (average 25.52), 1723 runs (average 53.84) and 21 runs (average 10.50) respectively.

Imam-ul-Haq
Imam-ul-Haq (Image Credit: Twitter)

Apart from his incredible ODI batting average, Deep is also impressed with Imam’s five not out innings in his just 37 ODI matches.

Deep added, “If an opener has five not-outs in 37 innings, it tells that even though he starts slow, he plays long.”

At present, Pakistan are touring in England and Imam-ul-Haq is in this side. In this England tour, Pakistan will play the three-match Test series between 5th August and 25th August and three-match T20I series on 28th August, 30th August and 1st September respectively.

Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Indian national cricket team
Shikhar Dhawan with Rohit Sharma. (Image Credit: Getty Images)
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Top 5 Opening Partners In Present Limited-Overs International Cricket

In cricket, the opening partner is very crucial in any batting line-up. To maintain success in international cricket, the confident opening partner is very important who can provide good starts for the batting side consistently. Due to the different demand in different formats, we can see different openers for a team in the Test, ODI and T20I formats.

In limited-overs cricket, the success of the batting side is very much depended on the strength of the opening partner.

Here we are talking about the top five opening partners in the present limited-overs international cricket.

Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq (Pakistan)

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Imam-ul-Haq (R) and Fakhar Zaman (L) (Photo credit should read KARIM SAHIB/AFP/Getty Images)

Pakistan opening partner Fakhar Zaman and Imam-ul-Haq now play an important role for the batting side as they try to provide the good starts regularly. While both of them open in ODI cricket, they haven’t played as an opening partner in the T20I format yet.

While they have played as the opening partner in 33 ODI innings, their partnership has scored 1579 runs, with an incredible average of 50.93. At present, they are the fourth successful opening partner in Pakistan ODI history. They have already set up four 100+ partnerships and eight 50+ partnerships for the opening wicket, including their best opening partnership of 304 runs.

Imam-ul-Haq, WhatsApp chats
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I Will Be Very Pleased If People Accept me As Imam-ul-Haq, Not As Someone’s Nephew

Pakistan opener Imam-ul-Haq has said that the perception that he came into the national team because of former chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq might never change – Imam is the nephew of Inzamam. The latter was the chief selector of Pakistan at the time of his nephew’s selection in the national time for ODI series against Sri Lanka in 2017. The left-handed batsman kicked off his international career with a century on his debut.

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“I don’t think it will change, unfortunately.People will never accept me. That’s what I think. I will be very pleased if people were to accept me as Imam-ul-Haq and not as someone’s nephew,” Imam told The Cricketer.

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“People think he [Inzamam] instructed Mickey Arthur to select me. They forget that we are living in 2019, where the media is everywhere. I can’t be here without my performances. I would be exposed in two minutes. They don’t see that I’ve gone through the process. But they see that I’m a nephew of Inzamam and they believe that they have the right to bash me,” he added.

Imam-ul-Haq
Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Imam may be criticised for his selection in the national side but he possesses a healthy average of 54.58 in ODI cricket. In 36 ODIs, he has scored 1692 runs with seven centuries and six half-centuries. Imam scored 305 runs at World Cup 2019.

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In 10 Tests so far, the left-handed batsman has scored 483 runs at 28.41. He will have a tough test against Australia when Pakistan travel to the country later in the year.

Imam-ul-Haq, Pakistan, India, ICC World Cup 2019
Photo Credit: Getty Images.

Imam is currently part of the ODI squad for the ongoing series against Sri Lanka. The two teams will also play a two-match Test series. Imam warmed up well for the series as he scored 152 in Quad-e-Azam trophy.

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The first ODI of the series was a washed-out affair. The second ODI will be played tomorrow after while the third ODI will be played on October 2. The two teams will also play a three-match T20I series but Imam is unlikely to be part of the squad for the shortest format.

Imam-ul-Haq, WhatsApp chats
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Imam-Ul-Haq Was Remorseful And Apologised For His Actions – PCB’s Wasim Khan

The left-handed batsman, the nephew of former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq, found himself in trouble when a few women posted screenshots of his objectionable WhatsApp conversations with them and accused him of misleading them. However, ending all the ruckus, the flamboyant cricketer Imam-ul-Haq asked an apology for PCB.

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The Pakistan Cricket Board on Thursday termed Imam-ul-Haq‘s latest controversy regarding the opening batsman as a personal issue. The Pakistan board has reportedly opted to drift themselves from the fresh scandal by refusing to issue a statement on the charges levelled against the Pakistan cricketer through a social media campaign.

Imam-ul-Haq
Photo Credit: Photo Credit: Getty Images.

We expect our players to have the highest standards – Wasim Khan

However, the player himself given his apology and gets a reprimand from the board. PCB’s Wasim Khan asked the players of the team to follow the ethics of an international player and be the brand ambassador of the game for all the good reasons.

“Imam was remorseful and has apologised for what all has happened. But we have told him in clear terms. Although this is his personal and private matter, we expect our players to adhere to the highest standards of ethics and discipline,” PCB MD Wasim Khan said on Monday.

Imam-Ul-Haq, ICC World Cup 2019, Pakistan
(Photo by ISHARA S. KODIKARA / AFP)

“We don’t like to comment on personal affairs of a player. But we expect that our centrally contracted players will also show more responsibility being ambassadors of Pakistan cricket and Pakistan. Hopefully, we will not see such incidents again.

It all happened when a series of texts allegedly sent by the Pakistan cricketer surfaced on social media as screenshots. The leaked conversations are believed to have happened with the Pakistani opener which has woven into a fresh controversy.

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The nephew of former Pakistan captain and chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has been condemned for cheating on women. One of ‘victims’ has also exposed the stylish batsman on Twitter for the same.

Shaheen Shah Afridi, Imam Ul Haq
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Twitter User Exposes Shaheen Shah Afridi With A Screenshot Of His Private Video Chat

The 19-year-old left-arm pacer was born in Khyber Agency in 2000, nearly a year after Pakistan lost to Australia in a one-sided World Cup final at Lord’s. In 2019, a strapping Shaheen Shah Afridi led a spirited fight for Pakistan who had their backs against the wall after a disastrous start to their World Cup campaign. His baby face and good looks resonated with the cricketing globe.

Earlier, Pakitan cricketer Imam-ul-Haq has been accused of having affairs with multiple girls and manipulating them with his stardom. A twitter user, who has leaked screenshots of WhatsApp chats, has named the star cricketer for exploiting girls sexually and taking advantages of them in wrong manners.

Shaheen Shah Afridi, Imam Ul Haq
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Shaheen Afridi is in troubled waters:

However, now, he makes into the headlines for all the wrong reasons. The left-arm pacer Shaheen Afridi is involved in a controversy similar to cricketer Imam ul Haq as pictures of the fast bowler’s alleged chat with a woman started going viral on social media.

Move over Imam ul Haq, young Shaheen Shah Afridi has been accused by a Twitter user of flirting with women online. The unknown user shared a screenshot of Shaheen’s private chat.

Twitter User Exposes Shaheen Shah Afridi With A Screenshot Of His Private Video Chat 1
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This comes days after Imam courted controversy for a similar incident. The user feels this is the reason they are unable to perform to the best of the ability on the field as their minds are distracted.

“#ShaheenAfridi is the next big fish. Why they always fail to deliver on the field? They are always busy flirting with girls. They use their status and power to lure girls and then play with their bodies. More stuff to be uploaded soon,” wrote Feriha in her tweet.

However, surprisingly,  the Twitter ID that exposed Shaheen Afridi got deleted/suspended a few hours after making these claims. Perhaps, there could be some internal talks if it is real.

Here are the leaked pictures:

Twitter User Exposes Shaheen Shah Afridi With A Screenshot Of His Private Video Chat 2
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