Former Pakistan Players Will Even Work in Toilets for PCB – Tanvir Ahmed
Former Pakistan fast bowler Tanvir Ahmed believes some of the former Pakistan players will even work in toilets for Pakistan Cricket Board. Tanvir Ahmed also lashed out at former Pakistan skipper Inzamam ul-Haq, who is the current chief selector for Pakistan board. Ahmed said he doesn’t consider Inzamam as the legend of Pakistan cricket.
Meanwhile, when Imam ul-Haq, who is the nephew of Inzamam ul-Haw, was selected in the Pakistan team, many questions were raised on the authenticity of the selection. However, Imam ul-Haq was able to prove his mettle with his consistent performances.
Ahmed lashes out at Inzamam.
“It is my personal opinion what is wrong with that. I believe some of our former players are so desperate for employment opportunities in the board they would even work in the toilets,” he said.
On the other hand, Tanvir Ahmed had also criticised Indian skipper Virat Kohli for missing the Asia Cup in UAE. Subsequently, Ahmed had to face the backlash of the fans. In fact, the former fast bowler had to even delete his social media accounts. Meanwhile, India went on win the Aisa Cup under the leadership of Rohit Sharma.
Tanvir also questioned Inzamam’s legendary position in Pakistan cricket, saying: “What legendary work has Inzamam done as chief selector tell me. I don’t rate him as a legend.”
Meanwhile, Pakistan had to face a whitewash against South Africa. The Proteas were too good for the visitors and Sarfraz Ahmed side could not deliver the goods. South Africa won the first Test match by six wickets.
They won the second Test match by nine wickets. Meanwhile, the hosts won the third Test match by 107 runs. Duanne Olivier was the Man of the series as the lanky fast bowler scalped 24 wickets at an outstanding average of 14.32.