Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal was trolled for his kick-boxing video. The out of sort player took to the social media platform Twitter- to share the video. Akmal is seen practising is kickboxing skills with his trainer in the gym.
However, Akmal kick-boxing session didn’t go down well with Twitter fans. The cricket fans trolled the right-hander for his video.
Meanwhile, Akmal is out of the Pakistan side for a long time. In fact, the Pakistan cricketer had uploaded a similar type of video, last year.
In fact, his relationship with the Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has remained sour.
Umar has played 16 Tests, 116, One-day Internationals and 82 Twenty20 Internationals. The right-hander has scored 34 half-centuries and three centuries across the three International versions to his name.
Meanwhile, the talented batsman last played for Pakistan in January 2017 against Australia.
Furthermore, the right-handed batter Umar made it to the headlines when he said that he received offers to fix the matches against India.
Consequently, world cricket body ICC had started their investigation into the process.
Akmal missed out to be in the national side due to fitness issues. Meanwhile, it looks like a difficult road back for batsman into the Pakistan side. Therefore, the 28-year-old will have to prove his mettle to get selected in the Pakistan team.
On the other hand, Pakistan was able to thrash Zimbabwe 5-0 in the recently concluded ODI series. Moreover, the Men in Green also went on to win the T20I series in which they defeated Australia in the final.
Here is the video of Umar Akmal practising his kickboxing.
Here is how Twitter went on to troll Umar Akmal for his kickboxing.
Umar Akmal ki new video pic.twitter.com/cEQDVOhDyG
— p e s p i (@IffiViews) July 23, 2018
Umar Akmal's kickboxing is not what I wanted to see at this hour.
— Rohail (@IzFgt) July 23, 2018
Umar Akmal gearing up to take revenge against Micky Arthur. pic.twitter.com/pSc6lgjFmS
— #JusticeforFawad (@Ghazzuu) July 23, 2018
The following video of Umar Akmal is of last year.
— Umar Akmal (@Umar96Akmal) July 9, 2017