Imran Khan claims he was unable to watch the second Test because he was ‘fighting match fixing.’Imran Khan, Pakistan’s prime minister, lauded the men’s cricket team’s performance against Australia in the second Test in Karachi, but stated he couldn’t watch the game because he was “fighting” match rigging.
Imran Khan, Pakistan’s prime minister, stated he would be unable to see the men’s cricket team’s second Test against Australia in Karachi because he was “fighting” match rigging.
Former Pakistan captain and 1992 World Cup winner Babar Azam complimented the current captain for his leadership as the team batted for almost two days to achieve a thrilling draw.
“Congrats to Babar Azam for guiding the Pakistan team to a wonderful comeback with a brilliant captain’s inning and world class batting show; & congratulations to the rest of the squad in the manner they battled back, particularly Rizwan & Shafique,” Imran remarked in his first tweet.
“Unfortunately, I was unable to observe this match since I am now engaged in another battle against match fixing, in which large sums of money are being utilised to entice my players!” In his second tweet, Pakistan’s prime minister said.