“You Can’t Pull off This”: Wasim Akram’s Sharp Assault At Mickey Arthur On ‘BCCI Occasion’ Comment

Pakistan’s group chief Mickey Arthur, enduring an onslaught over his group’s humiliating show against India in the Cricket World Cup 2023 match on Saturday, left a couple of scratching their heads with his remarks in the question and answer session after the match. Arthur’s comment recommending that the India versus Pakistan conflict in Ahmedabad appeared as though a BCCI occasion over ICC as he didn’t hear ‘Dil Pakistan‘ enough in the arena didn’t go down well with fans and a couple of previous cricketers. Wasim Akram, a legend of the game, tore into Arthur, recommending he ought to discuss what Pakistan’s arrangements for the coordinate were than redirecting consideration with such remarks.

In a visit on A-Sports, Akram raged at Arthur, asking what his arrangement was for his hitters to confront the secret spinner Kuldeep Yadav. For Akram, the remarks Arthur checked out.

“Bhaiya hame ye batao aap logo ne kya plan kiya tha? (Sibling, let me know the arrangement?) Kuldeep Yadav ko kaese khelna hai? (How could you plan to play Kuldeep Yadav?) That is the thing we need to hear. Not this irregular stuff. You want to pull off this. No, you can’t, tragically,” he said.

Wasim Akram’s previous partner Moin Khan additionally repeated his feelings, saying Arthur is simply attempting to redirect consideration. For Moin, the BCCI ought to be commended for sorting out the occasion in a way such that assisted them with capitalizing on the ‘home benefit’.

“(He) redirecting consideration. A many individuals are dampened and you’re making them profound. I figure he ought to examine what is his occupation as an expert as opposed to showing another way. As a mentor, he shouldn’t have said that.”

“We ought to commend them (BCCI or capitalizing on the home group). Hamare yahan occasion ho so ham bhi isi tarah use karen. (Assuming we host such occasions, we ought to likewise use them). We ought to gain from them.”

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