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Ex-Pak skipper Malik accuses Imad of deliberately wasting balls against India

Updated on: 11 June,2024 07:42 AM IST  |  Karachi
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Wasim took 23 balls to score his 15 runs in the losing cause.

Ex-Pak skipper Malik accuses Imad of deliberately wasting balls against India

Salim Malik and Imad Wasim

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Former skipper Salim Malik has accused Imad Wasim of deliberately wasting balls in Pakistan’s six-run loss to arch-rivals India in the T20 World Cup in New York.


Chasing an underwhelming 120-run target, Pakistani batters consumed 59 dot balls to be restricted to 113 for 7 in New York on Sunday.


Wasim took 23 balls to score his 15 runs in the losing cause.


“You look at his [Wasim] innings, it appears as if he was wasting balls not scoring runs and making things difficult in the run-chase,” Malik said on 24 News channel.

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