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'Cricket Tabaah Ho Jayegi'- Ex-PAK Cricketer Slams PCB For Favoritism Towards Babar Azam 


Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan (x)Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan (x)

The Pakistan cricket team has faced significant challenges and criticism since their early exit from the 2023 World Cup, and same continued in the recently concluded T20 World Cup 2024. 

Amid all the problems and scrutiny the 'Men in Green' has faced several backlash. Former Pakistan cricketer Basit Ali has recently accused and made serious allegations against the recent scenario and management of the Pakistan cricket team. 


Basit Ali Takes 'Brutal Dig' At Pakistan Cricket Team and Babar Azam

In a video that is going viral on the internet, the former cricketer has stated that the Pakistan Cricket team and management have favoured captain Babar Azam. 

He also voiced his opinion and said that PCB targeted Shaheen Afridi and Mohammad Rizwan after a horrible performance in the T20 World Cup 2024

He also directly attacked Babar Azam and his captaincy in the marquee tournament. In the same clip, he also mentioned that Pakistan's management is compiling a report to blame Afridi and Rizwan for the team's failures and is protecting Babar Azam even after his poor show for Pakistan. 

"Taiyari jo ki ja rahi hai, jo report banayi ja rahi hai woh banayi ja rahi hai Shaheen Shah Afridi aur Rizwan ke against. Inhone grouping kar di hai. Jo galat hai. Yeh jo report bana rahe hai, jinke mind me yeh cheez hai ki woh apna malba inpar daal de, aisa mat kijiye ga. Pakistan ki cricket tabaah ho jayegi. Tabaah!" Basit was quoted as saying by the Times of India

[He accused PCB and stated that a report is being prepared against Shaheen Afridi and Rizwan that they have formed a separate group. Don't put your blame on the others, otherwise, Pakistan cricket will be destroyed.]

However, Pakistan will host Bangladesh for a two-match Test series from August 21, under the captaincy of Shan Masood.