Shoaib Akhtar's Jersey.
Shoaib Akhtar’s Jersey. (Photograph Supply: Twitter/Shoaib Akhtar)

Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar has shared a peculiar tweet whereas giving freely his ICC World T20 2007 jersey for charity. The ex-speedster was very aggressive on the pitch and scalped wickets for enjoyable throughout his stint as a participant throughout all codecs.

Identified fondly because the Rawalpindi Specific, Shoaib has a large attain on social media and in one among his current tweets, he introduced that he’s giving freely his ICC World T20 2007 jersey for charity to Akhuwat – a not-for-profit organisation that works to alleviate poverty by empowering socially and economically marginalized segments of the society by way of interest-free microfinance and training.

Within the caption, Shoaib requested his followers to guess the rationale why he was despatched again to Pakistan from the mega occasion in 2007.

Shoaib Akhtar shares a peculiar tweet on social media

Shoaib took to Twitter to share the jersey for a charity in Birmingham at Edgbaston Cricket Floor:

Curiously sufficient, Shoaib was requested to go away the Pakistan ICC World T20 2007 squad following an altercation with teammate Mohammad Asif.

Each Shoaib and Asif obtained engaged in an argument through the workforce’s nets session in Johannesburg previous to the fixtures. It later culminated in Shoaib allegedly hanging Asif on the thigh with a bat. Later, it was the Pakistan Cricket Board that needed to intervene and make a proper announcement on the unlucky incident.

The PCB disclosed that the preliminary inquiry instructed Shoaib utilizing abusive language along with him bodily assaulting Asif. The extreme aggressive behaviour pushed the board to take stringent motion in opposition to the ex-speedster they usually despatched him again to Pakistan.

Furthermore, many former Pakistani cricketers backed the choice maintained by the board and believed there was no room for aggression past a sure line. Nonetheless, Akhtar has been a legend of the game and contributed lots for the workforce’s he has represented.