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Cricket legends doing Ramadan transmissions and sports journalists talk about cricket

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Pakistani cricket is team going through a lot of crisis, bad performance in ICC Champions Trophy 2017. First beaten by Indian team, and after a lot of criticism, they come back. Big names like Muhammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Azhar Ali and Ahmad Shahzad failed very badly, their batting sucks!!

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

Pakistani cricket fans are disappointed and media criticizing them on every channel. Although we beat Sri Lanka by 3 wickets but haven’t showed full performance. And now Pakistani team is in semi final to play with England.

After all, the actual point is, all the students of mass communication and media people, all want to become sports journalists. We don’t know why, they learn cricket from books, talks and from YouTube by watching videos of previous matches. And try to teach team player how they should play in next games by their analysis. Like Dr Nauman Niaz talk about cricket on PTV Sports and Bazid khan on Ten Sports.

And our legends like Wasim Akram, Shoaib Akhtar and Shahid Afridi (Click here to see his latest scandal) who actuality have a lot of knowledge about cricket and they go for it. Now a days they are doing Ramadan transmission on geo TV. They earn a lots of money from these activities but they do not even think about future of cricket. They should be teaching Pakistani young cricketers instead of doing Ramadan Transmissions like Dr. Amir Liaqat and polish all the abilities of future player.

If things keep going like this then one day Pakistani Cricket Team is going to leave the cricket. Pakistan Cricket Board should take notice and people shouldn’t support such events, help save cricket!

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