अगर भारत विश्व कप जीत गया होता तो क्या होता? अब्दुल रज़्ज़ाक ने भारत के खिलाफ अपशब्दों की बारिश की। जानिए क्रिकेट न्यूज़ में।
Former Pakistani cricketers have a long history of degrading and questioning Indian cricketers. Whether it’s out of jealousy or hatred, these cricketers continue to berate Indians and the Indian cricket board just to stay relevant.
Recently, former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq made negative comments about Indian cricket. In a viral clip on social media, Razzaq talked about India’s defeat to Australia in the ODI World Cup final and said, “it’s great for cricket that India lost.”
When asked about Australia’s victory against India, who were unbeaten before the final, Razzaq claimed that India used the conditions to their advantage and criticized the pitch. He further stated that if India had won, it would have been a sad moment for the game.
This is not the first time Pakistani cricketers have made such remarks. Hasan Raza had questioned the ICC and the BCCI for providing special cricket balls to assist Indian pacers. Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq even claimed that Harbhajan Singh had considered converting to Islam, a comment that Harbhajan strongly denied.
These constant attacks and baseless accusations from Pakistani cricketers only serve to create unnecessary tension between the two countries. It’s important to focus on the spirit of the game and promote healthy competition rather than spreading negativity.
In conclusion, it’s disappointing to see former Pakistani cricketers continuously degrading Indian cricketers. Such remarks only reflect their own insecurities and do not contribute positively to the sport. It’s time to move past these unnecessary controversies and focus on the game itself.