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Controversial remarks after India-Pakistan game; Tadiyuri Waqar Younis apologizes!

Highlights:

  • Former Pakistani cricketer Waqar Younis apologizes for controversial remarks
  • Harsha Bhogle and Aakash Chopra fight Waqar
  • War between Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Amir on Twitter

Dubai: The remarks made by former Pakistani captain Waqar Younis after the India-Pakistan game have sparked controversy. Mohammad Rizwan led Pakistan to victory by hitting India on the ground for half a century. Waqar said on a channel discussion that this was very specific. Many have accused Waqar of inciting religious hatred.

The way Babur and Rizwan beat was amazing. But more significant is Waqar’s suggestion that Rizwan was dumped in a field surrounded by Hindus. Waqar apologized after the incident became disputed. Waqar tweeted that he was human and said he was excited and apologized if his words hurt anyone.

Harsha Bhogle and Aakash Chopra were among those who came up against Waqar. “Cricket is paramount, everything else is unimportant,” said Bhogle. Meanwhile, former cricketer Venkatesh Prasad Waqar has struck. Venkatesh Prasad’s answer is that Waqar is a shameless man.

Pakistan defeated India with 10 wickets. This is the first time Pakistan has defeated India in a World Cup. Many former Pakistani players celebrated this. Meanwhile, former Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh and Pakistani cricketer Mohammad Aamir used Twitter to express their displeasure. Pakistan, who won the first two games, almost made it to the semi-finals.

Shoaib Akhtar was excluded from discussion on national television

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