Pakistan group director Mickey Arthur throughout Cricket World Cup 2023© X (previously Twitter)
Former Indian cricket group quick bowler S Sreesanth was not happy with Pakistan Team Director Mickey Arthur’s feedback concerning the Cricket World Cup 2023 feeling like a «BCCI event» fairly than an «ICC event». Following Pakistan’s disappointing loss in opposition to India, Arthur complained concerning the lack of help for Pakistan on the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad and even alluded to a slight benefit for the Indian cricket group. During an interplay with Sportskeeda, Sreesanth stated that it appears like a BCCI occasion every time India performs and even insisted that Arthur needs to be proven the film ’83’ with subtitles.
“Wherever India plays, it never seems like an ICC event is going on. It will always seem like a BCCI event. We should show him [Arthur] the movie 83 with subtitles. Then he can understand where BCCI was and where it is now. The journey is very important. It’s a motivational and inspirational story.»
“BCCI has risen to the top on its own with much difficulty . The administrators and players are very good now. Even if our C team plays in the World Cup, it would be a brilliant team. What will the ICC say? All the revenues and everything… Would Mickey Arthur have said the same thing if the World Cup was being held in England? Even when I played in Durban for two years, I felt I was in India,” he added.
Meanwhile, legendary Pakistan pacer Wasim Akram criticised Arthur for his feedback.
In a chat on A-Sports, Akram fumed at Arthur, asking what his plan was for his batters to face the mystery spinner Kuldeep Yadav. For Akram, the comments Arthur made didn’t make any sense.
«Bhaiya hame ye batao aap brand ne kya plan kiya tha? (Brother, inform me what was the plan?) Kuldeep Yadav ko kaese khelna hai? (How did you put together to play Kuldeep Yadav?) That’s what we wish to hear. Not this random stuff. You assume you will get away with this. No, you may’t, sadly,» he said.
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