Mohammad Hafeez, who served as the captain of Pakistan in the past, claimed that India, and more specifically the BCCI, are “pampered” in world cricket as a result of the enormous amount of money they bring in.
Mohammad Hafeez, a former captain of Pakistan, stated that India, and more specifically the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), are “pampered” in world cricket as a result of the large amount of income that they bring in.
“I don’t know a lot, but I definitely know that in our society, whoever is the earner is loved by everyone, is the most laadla (pampered), and gets the most kisses from everyone,” Hafeez said in a video of a discussion that he shared on Twitter and captioned “Laadla” with a heart-eyes emoji. The tweet also included an emoji representing the eyes of a heart.
Even though his comment was getting laughter from the rest of the panel, he continued to explain what he meant.
“India is a country that brings in a lot of money. Even in bilateral series held all over the world, where they receive sponsorship and a jackpot, it is difficult to argue against the existence of these things “Hafeez stated.
Hafeez responded that the reason India is considered a “laadla” is not because they play so well but rather because they generate more money. This was in response to a question posed by the host of the show.
After India’s victory against Hong Kong in the group stage match of the Asia Cup, Hafeez had lately made some critical remarks about Rohit Sharma, who is the captain of the Indian side.
During a conversation that was taking place on PTV Sports, Hafeez initially requested that a video clip of Rohit leaving the field after the victory over Hong Kong be shown, and then he stated the following: “You get a glimpse of Rohit Sharma’s reaction after they have won the match.
This phrase was said after India had won by a score of forty runs. I had previously discussed the body language of Rohit Sharma, specifically how, when he stepped out to toss the ball, he appeared to be weak, terrified, and disoriented. I am unable to see Rohit Sharma, who I have seen throughout matches playing fantastic innings, and this is causing me a lot of frustration. I believe that Rohit is feeling a lot of strain as a result of his captaincy duties. He is dealing with a great deal of challenges at the moment.”
India advanced to the Super 4 stage by claiming victories against Pakistan and Hong Kong. India’s next match against Pakistan will take place on Sunday.
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