There will be Fighting, Jokes, Controversies when it comes to Cricket Pakistan. This Quarantines and Lockdown Situation isn’t doing Justification with the Current and Former Pakistani Cricket team Players. It has Become a Custom in Pakistan to throw dirt at each other for the sake of ATTENTION! Ex-Chairman PCB Khalid Mehmood Accuses Wasim Akram of Match-Fixing during 90s.
The Wold is Dwelling in the Pandemic of CoronaVirus but Cricket Pakistan is badly suffering from the Disease of Throwing Dirt at Each Other Publicly. Here in Pakistan, the Echo of Match-Fixing has once again Reached it Peak and new Pandora Box has Opened Following the Revelations of Former PCB Chairman.
The Ex-Chairman Revealed the Unspoken Conversations and Commitments between the Pacer Attaur Rehman and skipper Wasim Akram!
Ex-Chairman PCB Khalid Mehmood Accuses Wasim Akram of Match-Fixing during 90s
Though, it has been 19 Long Years Since Pakistan Lost a Crucial World Cup Match from Bangladesh and Final against Australia. However, the unprecedented cause still remains a Hot Topic in Cricket Circle.
In an Exclusive Interview, Ex-PCB Chairman Khalid Mehmood Claims that the Allegations and Statements of Fast Pacer Attaur Rehman regarding the Match-Fixing during the 1999 World Cup Were TOTALLY LEGIT!
According to the Ex-Chairman, Wasim Akram offered Money to Reman to Bowl Poorly against Bangladesh. As a result, Pakistan defeated from Bangladesh Viciously. According to Mehmood, Rehman initially confessed about the bribery but later backed off from his statements.
During the tenure, Rehman even submitted an affidavit in the law court against Akram and his filthy activities.
”Attaur Rehman confessed that Wasim Akram had offered him Rs300,000 for match-fixing. He submitted an affidavit to the court, but later backtracked from it”, added Mehmood.
It Would’ve Been an End of Wasim if Rehman had Spoken the Truth
Khalid Mahmood said that Wasim Akram would have been banned had Attaur Rehman spoken the truth. “I had asked Attaur Rehman not to be afraid and the PCB will support him.”
He said that the three matches of the 1999 World Cup were doubtful. “There was something fishy behind the defeats of Bangladesh, India and Australia in the final. Pakistan could not lose the match against Bangladesh, but it lost,” he maintained.
The former PCB chairman said that Pakistan had not played a fair match against India in the 1999 World Cup. “Pakistan did not play a fair game against Australia in the World Cup final,” he added.
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