Previous Pakistan cricket skipper Wasim Akram took to Twitter on Tuesday to pummel an Indian paper for getting out the word of him being keen on the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) director’s post.
Prior on Tuesday, a notable Indian paper posted the news and in answer to the tweet, the 55-year-old Wasim reminded them to quit getting out counterfeit word and make their sources right.
An angered Akram tweeted, “Kindly quit getting out such phony news. Get your sources right. PCB director’s post is a specific work and I was never keen on it. Express gratitude toward God, I am content where I am a major part of my life.”
Additionally, the Sultan of Swing complimented previous cricketer Ramiz Raja on being named as a Board of Governors (BoG) part.
“I’m certain that Rams will acquire a positive change Pakistan cricket as he has the vision and experience to accomplish that. Pakistan cricket needs a major lift and my help are with you,” he tweeted.
Akram, known as ruler of opposite swing, is viewed as one of the best quick bowlers throughout the entire existence of cricket. He holds the world record for most wickets in List A cricket, with 881, and he is second just to Sri Lankan off-turn bowler Muttiah Muralitharan as far as ODI wickets, with 502 altogether.