Karachi Kings pacer, Mohammad Amir, appears to have paid no heed to Shahid Afridi’s recommendation as he made an obscene gesture throughout his crew’s match in opposition to Lahore Qalandars on Sunday in Karachi.
The left-arm pacer bowled solely two overs and conceded 12 runs, whereas taking the solitary wicket of Shai Hope.
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Nonetheless, after dismissing Hope, courtesy of an excellent catch by Irfan Khan Niazi, Amir was seen making an obscene gesture whereas celebrating the wicket.
Mohammad Amir has clearly ignored Shahid Afridi’s recommendation#KKvsLQpic.twitter.com/gmNmA7LjXQ
— Cricket Pakistan (@cricketpakcompk) February 19, 2023
Earlier this week, Afridi had revealed that he had personally scolded Amir for his on-field habits within the first two matches for Karachi Kings in HBL Pakistan Tremendous League season eight.
“At any time when a participant would not carry out, or even when he does, I drop him a message for name him. Likewise, I messaged Amir yesterday. I talked to him respectfully, however I additionally scolded him. I instructed Amir, ‘what would you like?’ You’ve gotten gained a lot respect, you confronted a blot in your popularity and from there, you made a return. You bought a brand new life, in a method. What are you even making an attempt to do?” Afridi stated.
“Is that this the way in which to play? There are juniors round you, you’re utilizing unhealthy phrases. There are followers who’re disheartened to see that. Even we now have used such phrases and generally, the digital camera used to catch us. There are households, children watching you on tv. Aggression is okay, however preserve it underneath management,” Afridi additional stated.
Nonetheless, Karachi captain, Imad Wasim, got here out in assist of his left-arm pacer.
“A quick bowler needs to be aggressive. I do not suppose he does something deliberately, it occurs in heated moments,” Imad stated.
“So far as there isn’t any objection on him by match officers, I haven’t got any difficulty,” he added.