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Pakistan sent Shoaib Akhtar home from the Twenty20 World Championships in South Africa on Friday after the fast bowler had a bust-up with team-mate Mohammad Asif, officials said.”The tour management has heard the two players and they have decided to send Shoaib Akhtar back. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) fully endorses this decision,” PCB chief executive officer Shafqat Naghmi said.”Shoaib Akhtar will be returning on the first available flight.”Nagmi added that the “decision was taken on complaints of discipline violation”.PCB sources said that the controversy-hit Akthar hit new ball partner Asif on the thigh with a bat after they had an altercation during a practice session in Johannesburg.

Now all PAKI fans please comment on this.Why is this bloke always the Antogonist. Does he like trouble. Why hastle and come all the way and then catch the next flight home. I dont know. No commet on my side. Absolutely no comment?

‘Proteas are being run by a clique. Thats the other news coming through…..
Lets see how this evolves…

While we on the topic of PRO 20. Check this out.
Sri Lankan stars in Lancashire leagues
Pathirana smashes 277 in Twenty20 onslaught
September 5, 2007
Dhanuka Pathirana: 29 sixes and 18 fours in his onslaught © CricinfoSri Lankan first-class player Dhanuka Pathirana scored a remarkable 277 off 72 balls in a Twenty20 match in Lancashire’s Saddleworth League to steer his Austerlands side to 366 for 2 and an easy win over Droylsden. Pathirana smashed 29 sixes and 18 fours in his onslaught.
“Everything seemed to hit the middle,” Pathirana, who had to borrow a bat as he had left his at home, said. “I was seeing it like a football. It was like a dream … I think I did some serious damage to some of the vehicles in the car park.”

“It was unbelievable,” Austerlands’ Andy Young told the Manchester Evening News. “Dhanuka normally bats at No. 3 but we needed to up our run rate to reach the semi-finals, so we asked him to open and said to him: ‘Just go for it’. And he certainly did.
“It was scary to watch and it wasn’t on one of the smaller grounds in our league. He is one of those guys who we always knew was capable of a massive innings, but this was incredible.”

I wonder if he has a hair style like Malinga

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Comments (1)

  • Anonymous
    September 10, 2007 at 9:17 am Reply

    Shoaib Akhtar you a disgrace to Pakistan cricket and to the cricket world! blady alcoholic

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