The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has criticized veteran batsman Mohammad Hafeez for questioning the board's determination to permit tainted cricketer Sharjeel Khan to return to aggressive cricket. Hafeez stated whereas tweeting, "Shouldn't we set our dignity and a set standard. I am just asking if there is no better option to represent Pakistan."
PCB CEO Wasim Khan stated that Hafeez ought to concentrate on his sport relatively than questioning the board. <! –
"Current players should not go on social media to criticize other players or talk about the board's policies," Cricinfo quoted Wasim.
He stated, "They can express their opinion about world cricket or various things in cricket, but they cannot talk about the right and wrong of the players and the board. They should leave it on the cricket board."
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Wasim stated, "I will personally speak to Mohammad Hafeez. I think he should concentrate on his game. He can give his opinion about cricket but not give private opinion about other players. I don't think they or anyone else should do something like that. That's my personal view. "
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PCB had banned Sharjeel for 5 years in 2017 resulting from spot-fixing within the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Sharjeel has performed one Test, 25 ODIs and 15 T20 matches for Pakistan. However, the five-year ban on Sharjeel was lifted in August 2019.