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Wasim Akram is unhappy with the social media generation

Wasim Akram is unhappy with the social media generation

Sultan of Swing and former captain Wasim Akram is unhappy with the current social media generation.

Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram is considered one of the greatest bowlers in the world, he also has the title of being the king of swing.

Wasim Akram has also been accused of match-fixing during his career, although he believes that people still consider him a match-fixer.

Wasim Akram while speaking on a foreign sports channel said that ‘In Pakistan, the youth of the social media age still call him a match fixer’.

He said that the people of India, Australia, England and West Indies love him a lot.

He said that whenever there is talk of World XI in these countries, my name also comes up among the best bowlers, but this generation of Pakistan, this social media generation still calls me a match fixer.

“I have also gone through a phase in my life where I have to worry about people,” he added.

It should be noted that in the 1996 World Cup, there were rumors that Wasim Akram tried to fix the match against New Zealand in Christchurch.

While he also withdrew late in the quarter-final against India, after which Pakistan had to face a defeat.

It should be noted that Wasim Akram played 104 Test matches for Pakistan in which he has taken the most 414 wickets for Pakistan.

Apart from this, he has also taken 502 wickets in 356 ODI matches.

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