Former Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram opens up on social media banter between Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammed Shami
England won the T20 World Cup trophy by defeating Pakistan by 5 wickets in the final match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022. Let us tell you, many people expected that Pakistan would win its second T20 World Cup by defeating England but it did not happen.
All the experts and Indian players have strongly criticized the Pakistan team regarding this match. Recently, there was a lot of debate on social media between former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar and India's fast bowler Mohammed Shami. Let us tell you, after the defeat against England, Shoaib Akhtar expressed his grief on social media.
Mohammed Shami retweeted this tweet and wrote, "Sorry brother, it is called Karma." Now Wasim Akram has given a big statement on this retweet of Shami.
During the conversation in A Sports, Wasim Akram said about the debate that broke out on Twitter, "We should take neutral. All Indians are very patriotic and I have no problem with that. We all should be patriots. But instead of pouring oil on the burning, tweet on tweet, don't do this brother."
Former Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq was also a part of the same conversation. He said, "You shouldn't do this at all for a few likes. Be it cricketers from India or Pakistan or any other country, we are all one family. That is why we should respect each other and respect each other's decisions. We also have some responsibilities of our own."
Let us tell you, while batting first, Pakistan scored 137 runs losing 8 wickets in 20 overs. In response to which England achieved the target by losing 5 wickets in 19 overs. For England, veteran all-rounder Ben Stokes played an unbeaten match-winning inning of 52 runs in 49 balls with the help of five fours and a six. Not only this, he also took 1 wicket with the ball. Captain Jose Buttler contributed 26 runs, Harry Brook scored 20 and Moeen Ali scored 19 runs.