There was panic by dismissing 7 Australian batsmen in 33 balls, but Pakistan stopped the pension of the bowler
Karachi. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has stopped the monthly pension of former fast bowler Sarfaraz Nawaz for violating the board’s ‘players welfare policy’. Sarfaraz, who is settled in Britain, has also filed a petition in a local court against the Pakistan Board for restoration of his pension and payment of dues. A reliable source in the board said, “Going to court against the board is a violation of the player welfare policy, as they are constantly criticizing and insulting the board officials and players.”
He said that Sarfaraz’s pension was also stopped by the former officers of the board. He has a habit of leveling baseless allegations against electronic and print media boards and national team players. “He has been warned earlier also not to malign the image of Pakistan cricket,” the source said. Sarfraz known for his critical comments on Pakistan cricket and the first players and against the authorities and have allegations of spot-fixing by 86 runs in his nine wickets for former fast bowlertall55 Tests and 45 one-dayers Play.
by 86 runs in his nine wickets for former fast bowlertall55 Tests and 45 one-dayers Play. Sarfaraz, considered the inventor of reverse swing bowling, had a memorable performance in the 1979 Melbourne Test against Australia by taking nine wickets. Australia got the target of 384 runs in the match. Australia’s score was 305 for three at one time. After this, Sarfaraz Nawaz sent the Australian team to the pavilion for 7 wickets for 4 runs in 33 balls. The entire team of Australia was reduced to 310 runs. In the innings, he took 9 wickets for 86 runs. One batsman was run out.
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