A Popular Journalist on Twitter reacted as a broadcaster used ‘right arm medium fast for former Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram during the 1990s. He criticised the broadcaster for showing wrong details and highlighted the defamation rules.
A pic from the 1990s uses ‘right arm medium fast’ for Wasim Akram
It’s fair to say that Wasim Akram is considered a cricketing great. The left-arm pacer has produced some sensational performances for his side in the 1990s and many times set the stage on fire with his fiery spell of fast bowling.
Akram played an instrumental role in taking Pakistan cricket to great heights and inspiring many cricketers from their countries. He etched his name in almost every record book related to bowling and it’s fair to say that many still rate him as the best bowler in the history of cricket.
Wasim Akram has also found himself in the charts for Most wickets in international cricket by fast bowlers. The left-arm pacer total of 916 wickets across the formats in 460 matches. He took those wickets at an average of 23.57 and also has 31 five-wicket hauls to his name.
Recently a picture of him has gone viral on the internet in which a broadcaster has shown him as ‘right arm medium fast for Wasim Akram during a 1990’s game. Notably, the pacer was a left-hander and was rated as the quickest bowler of his time.
Popular journalist reacts as broadcaster used ‘right arm medium fast for Wasim Akram during 1990s
As the picture went viral, a popular journalist reacted as a broadcaster used ‘right arm medium fast for Wasim Akram during the 1990s. He lashed out at him and suggested that a defamation case can be filed in such regard.
Here’s the Tweet:
Is it too late to sue for defamation? pic.twitter.com/q5t6hOnITC
— Osman Samiuddin (@OsmanSamiuddin) November 22, 2022Advertisement