Aakash Chopra, the former Indian cricketer, has slammed ex-Pakistani cricketers on their acceptance and discussion on Ben Stoke’s never existing statements regarding India’s deliberate loss to England for kicking Pakistan out of the tournament.
He has bashed at Waqar Younis that being a brand ambassador of ICC, he has urged such words out. Aakash Chopra has reminded Pakistani cricketers to do some ‘Sharam’.
Aakash Chopra has said that Ben nowhere has written about India’s deliberate to England, however, he meant to mention poor partnership of Kohli and Sharma.
Aakash Chopra slams Pakistani cricketers on their agreement on Ben Stoke’s never existing statements
In a video, the former Indian cricketer wore a t-shirt which said “Sharam not Found” and gave a fuming message to ex-Pakistani cricketers to avoid such statements.
“I am wearing a T-shirt which says Sharam (shame) not found. Think a little and have some shame. Waqar Younis, despite being the brand ambassador for the ICC, gave a statement during the World Cup that India threw the match away on purpose. I mean seriously,” said Chopra.
“It is understandable if the partnership between Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma didn’t make sense to Stokes or if he was confused by Dhoni’s approach towards the end. But he never said that India deliberately lost the match.”
He also gave an idea to ICC to fine former Pakistani cricketers on this act.
“Former Pakistani cricketers are openly saying that India lost deliberately and ICC should fine them. How can you think like that? It was more important for India to top the group at that time. India only lost one game in the group stages and that happened to be that game against England,” he added.