Imran Khan has completely ruined Pakistan cricket: Miandad

Former Pakistan skipper Javed Miandad has made some explosive remarks about World Cup winning Pakistan captain and current Prime Minister Imran Khan. “Imran Khan has completely ruined Pakistan cricket,” he said.

Imran Khan has ruined Pakistan cricket: Javed Miandad

Miandad said that none of those who are associated with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Imran’s recommendation understand cricket.

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“All officials in the PCB do not know the ABC of the sport. I will talk to Imran Khan personally about the sad state of affairs. I will not leave anyone that is not right for our country,”

Miandad said on his official YouTube channel.

In the video on Wednesday, Imran was thrown another challenge by his former teammate. Miandad is ready to enter the political arena this time to defeat the Prime Minister. “I was your captain, you weren’t my captain. I’ll come to politics and then I’ll talk to you. I was the one who led you all the time, but you act like God now. It is almost like you’re the only intelligent person in this country as if no one has gone to Oxford or Cambridge or any other university in Pakistan. Think about the people,” said Miandad.

Miandad also lashed out against Wasim Khan for bringing him in charge of the PCB from abroad. “Please do not bring people from abroad to manage our cricket. Look for deserving people in Pakistan. Believe in people of Pakistan,” he said.

“You appointed a foreigner on a key position. What will happen when he flees the country after doing corruption? Is there a shortage of people in your own country that you had to bring people from abroad to work in the PCB,” Miandad added.

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