The PCB wasn’t pleased with all-rounder Abdul Razzaq’s rejoinder to its show-cause notice and is likely to impose a massive fine on him.
Responding to the show-cause notice issued by PCB, Abdul Razzaq said that he doesn’t have any individual tiff with T20 skipper Muhammad Hafeez. Abdul Razzaq maintained that the reason of his media conference wasn’t to hurt anybody and that he was driven by emotions.
“Muhammad Hafeez is a very close friend of mine and I will not give him a chance to complain again,” said all-rounder. Abdul Razzaq created controversy by accusing the skipper for his exclusion from the World T20 semi-final against Sri Lanka, which Pakistan lost by 16 runs, showing the decision as “illogical and taken only by Muhammad Hafeez.”
The all-rounder had said, “If he’s dropped me, he should claim that it’s his [skipper’s] decision to drop me, and that he is the captain and it’s his planning.” Abdul Razzaq was dropped from the side after a 17-ball 22 against Australia to make way for Sohail Tanvir into the playing-XI.