Pakistan Cricket Team Caught in Controversy Again

Sumant Mandal
3 weeks ago

Pakistan Cricket Team Caught in Controversy Again. Following their early exit from the T20 World Cup 2024 during the group stage, veteran journalist Mubashir Lucman has made serious allegations against captain Babar Azam. Lucman claims that Babar was involved in match-fixing. Shocking, right?

What’s the Full Story?

Social media in Pakistan is buzzing with a viral video claiming that after Pakistan’s loss to the USA, Babar Azam received expensive gifts from America. This accusation comes from none other than senior journalist Mubashir Lucman, whose video has taken the internet by storm.

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The Viral Video

In this video, Lucman alleges that Babar Azam accepted luxury gifts for losing the match against the USA. This was Pakistan’s first match in the T20 World Cup, and it was decided by a super over after a draw, which Pakistan lost. The plot thickens, doesn’t it?

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Pakistan Cricket Team Caught in Controversy Again

More Than Just Poor Performance?

These allegations go beyond just poor form or the team’s dismal performance. Lucman has directly accused Babar of accepting bribes in exchange for losing the match. According to Lucman, Babar received a luxury car and flats abroad. Could there be any truth to this story?

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Lucman’s Controversial Past

Lucman himself isn’t new to controversy. In 2014, he interviewed a Pakistani businessman who had relocated abroad. Following this interview, Lucman was handed a lifetime ban from television. In 2022, he was even sentenced to two years in prison after a defamation case was filed against him by Anwar Aziz, the father of Pakistan Muslim League leader Daniyal.

What Do You Think?

What’s your take on this whole controversy? Do you think Babar Azam is really guilty?

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