Cricketer Manoj Tiwary Slams Pakistani Cricketers For Their Recent Comments On Indian Cricketers

Manoj Tiwary

Former West Bengal cricketer Manoj Tiwary took a jibe at the Pakistan cricketers from his Instagram page. He criticized former Pakistan cricketers like Salman Butt, Shoaib Akhtar, and Waqar Younis.

In his Instagram post, Manoj included several comments made by the Pakistani cricketers who criticizing Indian cricket and cricketers. Of late, the Pakistan cricketers are accusing the Board of Control for Cricket in India for its influence to allegedly push the World Cup in order to make way for the Indian Premier League. In the post, Manoj wrote,


“Just look at these statements. Damn So much of jealousy. Salman Butt, you don’t have the right to speak on rules and regulations. I just wish God will bless them with some sense.”

Statements Made By Pakistani Cricketers

Some of the statements made by Pakistan cricketers are a direct attack on Indian cricket. Former cricketer and celebrated fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar took to his YouTube channel where he usually shares his thoughts. He said,

“T20 World Cup is postponed because BCCI doesn’t want to damage the IPL, BCCI has money power, let the world cup go to hell.”

Pakistan fans

Tiwary included another statement by Akhtar about the sandpaper incident of Australia cricket where he said,

“You make kids cry for scratching a cricket ball but someone gets saved after calling another person a monkey.”

Tiwary also included a statement from the former fast bowler Waqar Younis where he is talking about the fitness of Pakistan cricketers. He had said,


“Pakistan Cricket team won’t copy Virat Kohli’s fitness, will set our own standards.”

Former Cricketer Salman Butt who was banned from cricket for his life because of his involvement in the spot-fixing scandal during the Pakistan tour of England recently spoke about Jofra Archer breaking the bio bubble rules. He said,

“Rules and rules, Jofra Archer should not have broken them.”


Source: Crictracker