“God bless them with some sense” Tiwari slams Shoaib, Waqar and Butt

Indian cricketer Manoj Tiwary takes the Instagram handle to give a reply to Pakistan former cricketers. He slammed Shoaib Akhtar, Salman Butt and Waqar Younis on their recent comments on Indian cricketers and BCCI.

Manoj Tiwary has been one of the most active sports stars from the country on social media sites such as Twitter and Instagram about various issues and personal interest. This time Tiwary has taken a dig to to Pakistan former cricketers Shoaib Akhtar, Salman Butt and Waqar Younis as a reply from India .

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Tiwary posted a series of comments by the former Pakistan players on his official handle. In these photos, those cricketers have allegedly criticized BCCI or Indian cricketers without valid reasons fells Tiwari.

Tiwary posted a series of different quotes of the Pak veteran players and captioned it, “Just look at these statements. Damn So much of jealousy. Salman butt, u don’t have the right to speak on rules nd regulations. I just wish God will bless them wit some sense.”

The first photo has Shoaib Akhtar’s quote, “You make kids cry for scratching a cricket ball but someone gets saved after calling another person a monkey. The quote has Akhtar along with Harbhajan and Symond’s photos.

In the second post, Shoaib Akhtar’s photo is placed with his quote, “T20 World Cup is postponed because BCCI don’t want to damage the IPL, BCCI have money power, let the World Cup go to hell.”

The next photo has Jofra Archer and Salman Butt’s photo and a quote from where Salman Butt had taken a dig at the England pacer for breaking bio-security rules. Tiwary slams Salman for his quote, “Rules are rules, Archer should not have broken them.”

The next photo has Virat Kohli and Sarfaraz Ahmed with a quote from Waqar Younis, “Pakistan cricket team won’t copy Virat Kohli’s fitness, will set our own standards’.


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