FAISALABAD: Pakistan cricketers Umar Akmal and Ahmed Shehzad have ended up amidst yet another debate.
Media provides details regarding Monday uncovered that Akmal was discovered included in a fight at a theater in Faisalabad.
The complain was professedly brought on over the cricketer’s interest for a melody from the theater to be replayed. At the point when the organization declined to oblige to his call, a battle purportedly broke out.
Things just quieted down somewhat after Akmal was compelled to leave the lobby subsequent to being recognized by the gathering of people as a Pakistani global cricketer.
Reports said Akmal was joined by cricketers Awais Zia, Bilawal Bhatti, Mohammad Nawaz and Shahid Yousuf — a case which the 25-year-old batsman denied, demanding that he was distant from everyone else.
“I would ask for my protection to be regarded,” Akmal told correspondents. “On the off chance that I am infringing upon any law then the administration maintains whatever authority is needed to capture me,” he included.
He encouraged the media to judge him just on his execution on the field. “It’s my own life and I went to watch theater alone,” he said.
“I went to watch a show for excitement; it is not an awful thing to do… it is my solicitation that a cricketer’s private life ought not be highlighted.”
The Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) division of security and carefulness has dispatched an investigation into the occurrence.
Then again, sources uncovered that Shehzad, in the wake of neglecting to finish his century against Balochistan amid a Pakistan Cup match on Sunday, crushed the changing area’s window to vent his resentment.
As indicated by sources, he was miserable on being given out on 79 and broke into a contention with the on-field umpire, saying Bhatti might not have asserted a spotless catch.
Be that as it may, the PCB is yet to observe this episode.
Shehzad’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was playing Azhar Ali’s Balochistan at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad, and exhaustively won the match by 74 runs.