Boxer Amir Khan offers fitness advice to Pakistan Cricket Team

British boxing star Amir Khan offers Pakistan national cricket team that he can help them by giving diet tips and fitness advice to be fit and focused in the game. He offered them after their humiliated defeat against India.

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A hyped-up game in the beginning, but a one-sided game in the end. That has been the story of the India-Pakistan in the recent past and it was no different in Machester on Sunday as well. Pakistan stood no chance against the men in blue as they suffered a huge defeat by 89 runs in a rain-affected game.

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There had been much discussions about the fitness of Pakistani players in recent times and the speculation increased much after the big loss against India yesterday at Old Trafford. It also took the attention of The Pakistani-origin boxer Amir Khan and then he took to the Twitter to help Pakistan team.

“Would love to help Pakistan cricket team with some advise on how to stay fit and strong. How to be disciplined on food, diet and training. The team has talent but need to improve on Strength & conditioning and focus  @TheRealPCB,” Amir Khan tweeted after the match.

Recently some of the Pakistan players including Shoaib Malik, Wahab Riaz, Imam-ul-Haq etc was spotted at a Sheesha bar smoking sheesha, eating “burgers and pizzas” which were obviously harmful for the cricketers fitness. There had been also much talks in the town that skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed was much unfit and fat. Also he was seen “yawning” in their last match against India.

However, youngest British Olympic Boxing Medalist Amir Khan also promised to take revenge on the behalf of Pakistan. He said that he will do that by knocking India’s boxer Neeraj Goyat in their upcoming fight in Saudi Arabia on July 12. “Pakistan lost to India today #ICCWorldCup2019 come July 12th I will avenge the loss and knock out Neeraj Goyat on our upcoming fight in #SaudiArabia”, he tweeted.

Amir Khan won a silver medal in the lightweight division at the 2004 Olympics, becoming at the age of 17, Britain’s youngest boxing Olympic medalist. He is also one of the youngest ever British professional world champions, winning the WBA title at the age of 22. In 2007, he was named ESPN prospect of the year.

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