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Inzamam-ul-Haq says Grant Flower’s allegations against Younis Khan is nonsense

July 7, 2020

Written By,

Payel Gosh

Ex-Chief of cricket Pakistan, Inzamam-ul-Haq has rubbished Grant Flower’s claims that Younis Khan put a blade to his throat after he got somewhat condemning of his batting during 2016 visit to Australia.

Flower caused the electrifying claim during a cricket to webcast in which he talked about his almost five-year stretch with the national group somewhere in the range of 2014 and 2019. Younis is at present the batting mentor of Pakistan.

Flower had told ‘Following On Cricket Podcast’ that he recalled one occurrence in Brisbane, during the Test. At breakfast, he attempted to offer Younis Khan a touch of batting guidance. In any case, he didn’t accept compassionate to Flower’s recommendation and carried a blade to his throat, with Mickey Arthur sitting nearby, who interceded to avert anything disastrous.

Inzamam has played with Younis for quite a while and he can’t process what Grant guaranteed in the webcast. He assailed Flower and feels the previous mentor needs to be all the rage.

Being the central selector, Inzamam said he would have known whether such an occurrence had happened.

Inzamam calls Flower’s tactics a media gimmick

Inzamam told Dawn, he cannot accept what Grant has been stating. He had played with Younis for quite a while and he knew him well overall. According to Inzamam, Younis is somebody who can never demonstrate a blade to anybody.

He is shocked why Grant is talking about it now. Inzamam thinks some of the time an individual needs to stay in the media spotlight. Envision such cases after over three years have no worth. To him, this announcement has no worth.

In the interim as indicated by reports in the Pakistani media, the issue among Younis and Flower had been settled after the two talked on the telephone. Rose is by and by in Colombo while Younis is with the Pakistan crew in England as their batting mentor.

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Written By,

Payel Gosh