Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Bad Luck for Pakistan Cricket Team Umar Akmal will not be able to Come back in Cricket

Peshawar/- The shift-make wicket-keep and middle order batsman was ruled out of the Zimbabwe tour as he is suffering from Epileptic Seizure disease. Sarfaraz Ahmad has received a sudden call to join the team in Zimbabwe as the PCB decided to send him to Zimbabwe. If The Wicket Keeper batsman did not succeeded to reach Harare up to 23rd, the test Wicket Keeper Adman Akmal may tack the clubs in the 1st T20 in Harare. Adnan Akmal had not yet played any T20 for Pakistan, and he is the part of Test Squad in this Tour.

According to other source Umar Akmal (23-years Old) claimed the i am not involved in any fatal disease and Inshallah i will be back soon when proved my fitness to Chairman PCB. He also added that in this connect today (i.e 21.08.2013) i am going to meet the PCB Chairman to inform him from my fitness.

The exclusion of Umar Akmal is a great blow for PCB, because he is very talent batsman in the middle and his replacement for Pakistan will tack time. According to views of public the PCB should treat Umar Akmal wisely and they should make sure the come back of the talented batsman.

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