Umar Akmal won’t play if Kamran Akmal doesn’t play

Kamran 'I'll catch the next one' Akmal

Just when you think that international cricket can’t get any more like the playground, it does. It’s only a matter of time before someone breaks a window with a shit shot on goal and everyone gets bollocked for it.

There are mutterings that Umar Akmal isn’t really injured, that it’s actually a protest that his brother, Kamran, might be dropped from the Pakistan team.

Umar seems to think that Kamran being dropped is the problem. It’s not. The fact that Kamran has a pair of toasted sandwich makers instead of hands is the problem.

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7 Appeals

  1. Not surprising at all. Nope. They are Pakistan after all. It’d be surprising if a tour went smoothly *without* any of this shit happening.

  2. I’ve lost every single ounce of respect I had for Umar

  3. I would love this tale of excessive brotherly love to be true. I reckon, however, that there it got made up because it was a great story and we would all believe it because it sounds like the soap opera that is the Pakistan side.

  4. I have to say the picture is very apt.

  5. You can’t make up this stuff Pakistan cricket team keeps coming up with..

  6. Am surprised Kamran managed to keep a hold of his head for that long

  7. I agreed Reverse Swpet not because our ID is similar but as I also suspect it is being another cheap story buildup around the situation in hype as its about Pakistan cricket and everybody foolishly tends to agree with any crap related to Pakistan. And I also assume this story must have been produced some where in Hyderabad India in some of those 0.01 cent daily newspapers.

    Who will tell these idiots that this isn’t a showbiz its a sport which has been followed and played passionately across the globe, don’t fkn ruin it.

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