What did Inzamam say that made Rohit Sharma angry… Watch the video in which Pakistani legend made serious allegations

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New Delhi. There is a saying – a disgruntled cat scratches the pole… This is absolutely true for the Pakistani cricket team and former cricketers. The Pakistani legends who returned humiliated from the T20 World Cup are busy blaming others instead of finding faults in their team. In this connection, Pakistan's Inzamam-ul-Haq has made serious allegations against the Indian team. The allegations are not trivial, but of ball tampering. Indian captain Rohit Sharma has also replied to Inzamam in his explosive batting style. Before knowing Rohit's answer, let us know when and what allegations Inzamam made.

Pakistan's Inzamam-ul-Haq had accused the Indian bowlers when India defeated Australia and made it to the semi-finals. Arshdeep Singh took three wickets in this match. Inzamam probably did not like Arshdeep's bowling and he started finding faults in it. Finding faults was fine, but he went further than that and accused Team India of ball tampering.

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Former captain Inzamam said, 'When Arshdeep was bowling the 15th over, the ball was reverse swinging. Reverse swing cannot be achieved so soon with a new ball. This means that the ball was ready by the 12th-13th over. It had become capable of reversing. The umpires will have to keep their eyes open.'

On this, Salim Malik says, 'I often say that some teams are blindfolded. India is one of them.' Referring to a match, Salim Malik says that when he complained, he was fined. On this, Inzamam-ul-Haq replies that if it was a Pakistani bowler, there could have been an uproar.


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