Kamran Akmal suggests Umar Akmal: Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal has banned from international cricket for three years. Pakistan Cricket Board banned him on 20 April. According to the reports, there were allegations of corruption on Umar Akmal. After that, It has been found that he had allegations of match-fixing conversation with bookies.However, Umar Akmal was suspended on 20 February from all forms of cricket. He had also banned to play in the Pakistan Super League season 5.
After banned from international Cricket, wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal gives advice to his younger brother Umar Akmal. Kamran said, ‘Umar Should learn from the exemplary conduct of Indian players like Sachin Tendulkar, Virat Kohli, and Ms. Dhoni.’ During the ‘Cow corner chronicles’ show, Kamran said, ‘I will give advice to Umar that if he has done a mistake then He must learn from others. He is too young now. There are a lot of distractions that come in life.’ He said, ” But he must learn from Virat Kohli. In the starting days of IPL, Virat Kohli was a different type of person and after that, he changed his behavior, and Now, He is the number one batsman in the world.”
” Umar Akmal can also learn from observing the conduct of India’s players such as Sachin Tendulkar and Ms. Dhoni who always steered themselves from controversies.” He added. “There is now own Babar Azam in the list of top three batsmen of the world. The second example is Dhoni how he led his team from the front. On the other side, Sachin Paaji, Who always steered clear of controversies. We can only benefit from their examples,” Wicket-keeper batsman added. Kamran said, “There is a harsh punishment given to his brother while other players didn’t get the same punishment for the similar offenses.“
Akmal said, “He may have reported late, but the PCB should deal with him like anyone else. Cricket is our bread and butter. He has been dealt a very raw deal by the previous management (led by former coach Mickey Arthur). He needs a bit more support.” READ ALSO-Yuvraj Singh reveals the chat with Stuart broad’s father after hitting six consecutive sixes
He also recalled the incident of the clash with Gautam Gambhir in Asia cup 2010 in Dambulla and later with Ishant Sharma during the T20I in 2012-13. “It was all due to misunderstanding and happened in the heat of the moment then. Gautam and I are good friends because we have played a lot in ‘A’ cricket. We meet regularly, have food together.” “It was all due to me not understanding what he said. The same with Ishant at Bangalore. You know me I don’t say much on the field. Both Gautam and Ishant are very good boys. We respect them and they respect us. What happens on the field, stays there,” He added.