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‘Pakistan ko On duty Bechne wala Fixer’ – Sarfaraz Ahmed on Salman Butt

'Pakistan ko On duty Bechne wala Fixer' - Sarfaraz Ahmed on Salman Butt

Former Pakistani captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has launched a stinging reply to the tainted cricketer Salman Butt for his comments. Following Quetta Gladiators’ defeat versus Multan Sultans, Butt heavily criticized Ahmed but the comments have not been amused by the QG skipper.

Butt stated Ahmed should better focus on his performance and leave the players alone. Sarfaraz losing his calm on the teammate was observed during the QG vs MS encounter. Not only then, but since losing his spot in the national team, he is often seen bashing the squad for not bowling or doing as per his demand. Although the tricks have worked earlier for Sarfaraz and co, but the thing now looks awkward to the lookouts.

After Butt’s remarks were not entertained by Sarfaraz, he took it to Twitter and took a dig at the former cricketer with a polluted past and said ‘those who sold their country on duty, should not criticize others.’

Sarfaraz Ahmed’s epic reply to fixer Salman Butt

Although Sarfaraz nowhere mentioned Salman’s name but it is too evident as the scene goes on.

Pakistan ko on duty beachne wala fixer jub niyat pe bhashan dega phir to Allah he Hafiz hai .#justsying

It must be noted that Salman Butt was involved in the match-fixing scandal alongside his mates, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir. The incident took place versus England at Lord’s in 2010.

As far as Gadiators’ performance is considered, they have won one out of two matches being at third on the points table. They lost versus Sultans and Peshawar Zalmi, whereas, thrashed away the sufferers of the season, Karachi Kings.

Notably, Sarfaraz has won ICC Champions Trophy 2017, U19 World Cup, for Pakistan and PSL 2020 for the Gladiators. A couple of his other achievements are yet considered.

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