New Delhi: Return of Mohammad Amir to national fold after facing spot-fixing charges has become a hot topic in Pakistan cricket.
On Monday, while debating over the tainted left-arm pacer two former cricketers – Mohammad Yousuf and Ramiz Raza – got too personal and eventually got involved in a verbal duel.
The war of words took place on a TV show on Geo Super channel, when Yousuf went on to claim that Ramiz didn't know cricket, was a "Sifarashi" player and good only to be a teacher, as per a PTI report.
In return, Ramiz took the entire incident to another level by terming Yousuf, who sports a beard, as a fake Mullah who tells lies and who caused havoc in Pakistan cricket.
Ramiz was in favour of Aamir's return, while Yousuf was totally against it.
Recently, two of Pakistan's senior players Mohammad Hafeez and national one-day captain Azhar Ali had refused to train with Aamir in the national training camp in Lahore but later agreed to return on the intervention of the PCB chief Shaharyar Khan. Ramiz said he was happy that the matter was resolved and Hafeez and Azhar returned to the camp.
(With Agency inputs)