Wasim Akram’s biggest contribution is to ensure Pakistan does not win the World Cup after 1992: Aamir Sohail & nbsp | & nbspPhoto Photos: & nbspIANS

Main Highlights

  • Aamir Sohail found Wasim Akram responsible for Pakistan’s failure in the 1996, 1999 and 2003 World Cup editions
  • Akram became a captain on the part of Pakistan in the 1999 edition which lost the comprehensive Green Army
  • Akram also played an important role in Pakistan’s 1992 World Cup victory

The entire cricket fraternity remembers the legendary Wasim Akram to revolutionize the game of gentlemen with deadly speed and the ability to swing the skin in two directions. Considered one of the best left-hand speed-arm traders ever in the gentlemen’s game, Akram is also one of the founders of the reverse swing and who he remembers happily swings an important spell against England at the 1992 World Cup that helped Pakistan taste. World Cup victory for the first time in rich cricket history.

The ACC Cricket Hall of Famer and the flagbearer of speed bowling, there is no denying that Akram is one of the greatest bowlers of all time and his legacy remains unmatched in Pakistani cricket. For players who saved Pakistan on several occasions, it will be difficult to remember when Akram disappointed Pakistani fans and colleagues when representing the national team. However, former Pakistani great player Aamir Sohail has made a shocking statement about the legendary fast trader.

“Put the 92 World Cup on one side …”

According to former Pakistani opener Sohail, the biggest contribution coming from Akram for Pakistani cricket was that he never let Asian heavyweights lift the famous trophy after the 1992 spectacle. Put the 92 World Cup on one side and talk about the 1996 World Cup. In 1995 Ramiz Raja was the captain. “Saleem Malik was the previous captain, he was very successful and if he could spend another year as captain then Wasim Akram would not lead the team,” Sohail said during an interview with a local Pakistani TV channel, reports CricketPakistan.com.

“If you look at what happened until 2003, there is persistence before each World Cup to remove the captain and put Wasim Akram in that role,” he added.

‘Akram’s biggest contribution is to ensure that Pak does not win the WC’

Sohail stressed that if Akram remained ‘sincere’, Pakistan would win the 1996, 1999 and 2003 World Cup editions. Sohail played 47 Tests and 156 One Day International (ODI) while Akram finished his career after representing the Asian giants in 104 Test matches and 356 ODI.

After the 1992 victory, Pakistan almost lifted the famous trophy, in 1999, when they were defeated by Australia in the top match. After leading the Green Army in the 1999 edition, Akram also completed the 2003 edition as the leading goalkeeper for Pakistan.

“Listen, Wasim Akram’s biggest contribution to Pakistani cricket is to make sure Pakistan does not win the World Cup after 92. Imran Khan must be very grateful to him and him by giving him a presidential award. If he [Akram] sincerely with Pakistan, we will easily win World Cups 96, 99 and 2003. All this drama happened for a reason. This must be investigated. The culprit behind all this must be brought to the forefront, “he added.

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