Shoaib Akhtar, the former fast bowler of the Pakistan team, remains in the limelight these days. Recently, he took a jibe at Pakistan team captain Babar Azam for his poor English. 

After this, he gave a sharp reaction to Shaheen Afridi’s T20I World Cup injury, but Akhtar’s rhetoric is not over yet. He has made fun of his fellow player in the recent live show. This time Shoaib also made fun of the English language of former Pakistan wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal, whose video is fast going viral on social media.

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Shoaib Akhtar made fun of Kamran Akmal’s English –

Actually, many cricketers of Pakistan have always been trolled because of their bad English. Recently, former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar made fun of Pakistan captain Babar Azam’s English language, after which he now mocked former Pakistan wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal’s English in a live show.

It can be seen in the viral video that Kamran was sitting in a live show where Akhtar was having a phone conversation with the anchor. During this, Akhtar told the anchor that Kamran has been a match winner for us, has been a great player, must be sitting with you, but he should know that screen is not screen.

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After his statement, the fans targeted Akhtar and started trolling him. Fans are tweeting saying that will you teach anything to anyone, you yourself call Virat as Varat. In such a situation, Shoaib is finding it difficult to make fun of Kamran.

Shoaib Akhtar made fun of Babar Azam’s English language –

Let us inform that Shoaib Akhtar had recently made fun of the English language of Pakistan team captain Babar Azam and said,

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”Now you see, there is no character in the team. No way to talk. When he comes to the presentation, he feels so bad. How difficult is it to learn and speak English? Cricket is one thing and handling the media is another. If you can’t speak, then sorry, but you will never be able to express yourself on TV.”

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