Mohammad Asif Tells Shoaib Akhtar to Shut Up About His Controversy


Former seamer, Mohammad Asif, not too long ago revealed that he cellphone referred to as his former teammate, Shoaib Akhtar, and advised him to close up concerning the notorious altercation between the 2 within the 2007 ICC World T20.


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It was broadly reported within the media that Shoaib Akhtar lashed out at Mohammad Asif and hit him with a bat previous to the beginning of the inaugural World T20. Akhtar was despatched again dwelling after the incident because the then Pakistan crew administration determined to reprimand the world’s quickest bowler.

Asif, who himself was all the time within the highlight for quite a few controversies, believes that Akhtar has lived off of that second for the subsequent 13 years and has had a tough time at letting the matter go. Asif stated that it’s about time that Akhtar strikes on from the incident and may give attention to different necessary issues in his life.


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“The dressing room spat with Shoaib Akhtar in 2007 was an incident that Shoaib Akhtar has lived off for 13 years. He has made so many feedback about it and has saved on bringing it up each time he can. Effectively, I had sufficient, so I referred to as him up not too long ago and advised him to close up concerning the incident and transfer on from it. I advised him to recover from what occurred, it’s historical past now,” Asif stated.

Asif stated that Akhtar ought to give attention to growing younger cricketers quite than speaking about incidents that occurred over a decade in the past.

Former captain of Pakistan, Shahid Afridi, revealed that the incident occurred when he and Asif made jokes about Akhtar, which riled him up. Akhtar additionally wrote concerning the incident in his autobiography, Controversially Yours, the place he revealed that Afridi was the primary instigator of the incident.

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