New Delhi. After the Cricket Board of India (BCCI), now the Pakistan Cricket Board (BCCI) has also announced a 15-member squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup to be held in Australia. For this important cup, the selectors of the Pakistani team have included five fast bowlers in their squad. These include Naseem Shah, Harris Rauf, Mohammad Wasim Jr., Mohammad Hasnain and Shaheen Shah Afridi. Let us tell you that 22-year-old Shaheen Shah Afridi was not included in the Pakistan team in the Asia Cup 2022. In fact, he had gone to London for treatment due to a leg injury and will still have to go through rehab there. It is believed that he can be fit before the match with India on 23 October. Apart from all this, after the selection of the team for the T20 World Cup by the Pakistan Cricket Board, now the former players of the same team are seen blaming their board for this selection. In this episode, former Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir has questioned the 15-member team of the board.
chief selector ki cheap selection- Mohammad Amir
In Pakistan, the news of rift between the cricket board and former players has been gaining momentum in Pakistan for the past several years. In this episode, now Mohammad Amir is also seen very angry with the PCB for his team selection for the T20 World Cup. After the announcement of the Pakistani team for the T20 World Cup, he has fiercely slammed Mohammad Wasim, the chief selector there. Mohammad Amir made his point while tweeting. He tweeted that, “Cheap selection of chief selectors.” After this tweet of Mohammad Amir, Pakistani people seem to be busy giving their opinion in their own way. Let us tell you that the inclusion of 32-year-old Shan Masood in the squad in the Pakistani team remains a matter of discussion there. The player who has not played a single international match for Pakistan so far, the selector made him a part of his team in an important event like T20.
chief selector ki cheap selection
— Mohammad Amir (@iamamirofficial) September 15, 2022