A warfare between Pakistan cricketer Danish Kaneria and Faisal Iqbal over nationalism

by Jeremy Spirogis
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On Twitter, between two former Pakistani cricketers Danish Kaneria and Faisal Iqbal (Faisal Iqbal), there was a little bit of bitterness that led to faith, match fixing and devotion to the nation.

The speak began with a video. It options West Indies batsman Brian Lara hitting sixes in successive balls off Kaneria, the profitable spinner of his time. Kaneria sled Lara throughout the match after which Lara was lashed on his balls.

On this video, former Pakistan batsman Faisal Iqbal wrote, "I actually was the twelfth participant on this match. <! –

                 King Lara's sixes had been seen in response to Danish Kaneria's satire. Later, the leg-spinner (Kaneria) himself regarded intimidated. "

Kaneria didn’t like Iqbal. He retorted, "Brian Lara was a good cricketer but I dismissed him five times. Faisal Iqbal look at his career stats. Also tell me how many matches I have won for Pakistan."

But, as a substitute of taking note of his figures, Iqbal rained and got here all the way down to contentious points. He tweeted, "My career figures are better than a liar and a fixer. Who has sold their souls for money for years and who is using the card of religion to gain sympathy. I put the flag of the country on my chest Also performed, I am proud of that. There is no stain, Danish Kaneria. "

Kaneria retorted, "I have never sold my country for money and I am proud to be a Pakistani. But, many players sold their country and they are still welcomed today. Can you I would love to talk. "

Kaneria belongs to Hindu neighborhood. He says that the Pakistan Board didn’t assist him in eradicating the ban imposed on him by the England Cricket Board within the matter of fixing. Whereas, even these accused of fixing had been sentenced to jail phrases (eg Ballabad Mohammad Aamir).

Former Pakistan bowler Shoaib Akhtar had mentioned that some gamers discriminated in opposition to Kaneria on the premise of faith. Kaneria had mentioned it proper.

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