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Shoaib Akhtar's 'Shami Ko Utha Ke Le Aye' remark goes viral after tiff with Indian pacer [WATCH]

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 15 November 2022, 11:00 IST

Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammed Shami, were embroiled in an altercation on Twitter after Pakistan's defeat to England in the T20 World Cup 2022 final. While Akhtar posted a 'heartbroken' emoji after the match ended in Pakistan's loss, Shami reacted with a 'Karma' tweet.

The former Pakistan pacer also responded to Shami, sharing a Harsha Bhogle tweet while calling it 'sensible'. The tiff between the two pacers on the internet left many fans wondering what really transpired between the two. As the search for the reason continues, a video where Akhtar had criticised Shami has now gone viral.

Following India’s elimination from the mega event, Shoaib Akhtar put out an extensive video, underlining what went wrong for Rohit Sharma-led team India in the tournament. In the video, the Akhtar even said that Shami shouldn't have been a part of the team's campaign in Australia.

"India ko apni captaincy dekhni hogi. Management has to take the blame. Bowling department main confusing selection ke saath 'Shami ko uthake le aaye' achanak hi. Ache fast bowler hai but banta nahi tha. (India need to look at their captaincy. The management also has to take the blame. There were a few confusing selection calls in the bowling unit. Shami was brought into the team all of a sudden. Though he is a good bowler, but he did not fit into the side)," Akhtar had said in that video.


The men in blue did very well in the Super 12 stage, winning 4 of the 5 matches to secure a spot in the semi-finals as Group 2 leaders. In the semi-final, however, they were comprehensively beaten by England.

As for Mohammed Shami, he had a mixed tournament with the ball, picking up 6 wickets in 6 matches. While he did fairly well in the group stages,

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First published: 15 November 2022, 11:00 IST