Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq, was in new earlier as he confessed that he wanted to coach Hardik Pandya, for which he was trolled in return. Razzaq had also made a controversial remark after India’s loss to England that seamer Mohammed Shami performed well in the match because he is a Muslim. Even his frustration is understandable as Pakistan faced heavy loss against India but this one is something big.
This time he certainly did put the cricketing world on fire once again. During a TV programme, said that he has had “five-six affairs that also had a validity of 1-1.5 years”. And when the astonished anchor asked him whether those had happened before marriage, Razzaq said they had happened after his conjugal life started.
“How do people laugh and clap at such statements? Won’t be laughing when they’re at receiving end,” a user tweeted as he was applauded with claps for his statement in an open TV show.
Razzaq’s confessions took all those who present on the show by surprise. The man had represented Pakistan in 46 Tests, 265 ODIs and 32 T20Is. He scored over 8,000 runs and took 389 wickets in international cricket.