Got in the bad books of the selectors, talented Pakistan player who has been ignored for 2 years says

Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan said he got in the bad books of the selectors

Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan: “I got in the bad books of selectors, which resulted in my exclusion”

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Pakistan left-arm pace bowler Junaid Khan has revealed that he got in the bad books of the national selectors.

He noted that this was the reason why he was dropped from the 2019 World Cup after initially being named in it.

Junaid last played international cricket in May 2019, but has been taking part in domestic cricket.

In the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, he took three wickets in two matches for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa at an average of 49.

“I was the second-highest wicket-taker after Hasan Ali in [the] Champions Trophy. But I got in the bad books of selectors, which resulted in my exclusion. I was dropped from the World Cup squad after being initially named in it,” the 31-year-old toldĀ Cricket Pakistan.

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2 thoughts on “Got in the bad books of the selectors, talented Pakistan player who has been ignored for 2 years says

  1. I am from India but follow Pak cricket with interest also.One thing I never like and surprises me abt the cricket news from Pakistan is that most of the news are abt critisizng Pak players, officials and structure.
    Actually in recent times Pak under Babar is doing quite well and deserves kudos. Pak has built a very good balanced team which can give tough fight to any team. But the press and people have no good words to say abt them. Very unfortunate.
    In no other country. I find such trend.

  2. They are bastard n bunch of jokers once said this mohinder Amernath , A hero of WC 83. A starred all-rounder

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