LAHORE: The issue of match-fixing in Pakistan cricket has been under discussion once again since the statements made by former captain Saleem Malik to the media in the last few days. Left-handed national team opener and former captain Amir Sohail has also broken his silence on the issue.
Aamir Sohail revealed that friends had already told him that captain Wasim Akram would not play in the 1996 World Cup quarter-final against India. He says he was told just five minutes before the toss that he was the captain.
Former Pakistan Cricket Team captain Aamir Sohail says that his friends had already told him about Wasim Akram not playing in the 1996 World Cup quarter finals. However, manager Intikhab Alam said that Wasim Akram will play. It was said a minute ago that Wasim Akram will not play against India.
Former Pakistan Cricket Board captain Aamir Sohail says Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ehsan Mani has been appointed to the board by Prime Minister Imran Khan. How could he refuse to provide documents about the board in the National Assembly?