Senior gamers didn’t do nicely deliberately in sequence towards New Zealand: Naved ul Hasan

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Kovid-19 Even although cricket matches aren’t being held because of international epidemic, the gamers of Pakistan staff aren’t capable of cease themselves from accusing one another. Due to the coronavirus, the gamers are presently imprisoned of their houses, however throughout this time they’re additionally making heavy revelations. A day earlier, former wicketkeeper Zulkarnain Haider had accused the banned Umar Akmal of pressuring him for poor efficiency, whereas now former quick bowler Rana Naved ul Hasan has focused senior gamers. <! –

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Naved has alleged that within the 2009 ODI sequence towards New Zealand within the UAE, a number of senior gamers of the nationwide cricket staff had intentionally carried out poorly as a result of they had been sad with Younis Khan's captaincy.

The 42-year-old Rana, who performed 9 Tests, 74 ODI internationals and 4 T20 Internationals for Pakistan, spoke of two ODIs specifically on that tour.

'Did not carry out deliberately nicely'

"We lost two ODIs against New Zealand in the UAE in 2009 because some players did not do well intentionally," Rana instructed native information channel.

The quick bowler mentioned that he had withdrawn from that tour as a result of he didn’t wish to be a part of the senior gamers' plot towards the captain.

After the 2009 Champions Trophy in South Africa, some gamers had come collectively and reportedly tried to oust Younis as they felt he was conceited and insulting others.

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