Inzamam blasts Cook over comments on Mohammad Amir
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan boss selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has critisised the England chief Alastair Cook over his remarks on pacer Mohammad Amir.
The England skipper had indicated Amir will need to face “results” as a threatening gathering when he plays the main Test at Lord’s from July 14.
While conversing with Geo Tv on Monday, Inzamam asked, “”How might the England chief feel on the off chance that they were in Pakistan and our skipper put forth a comparative expression about some player?”
“I consider this to be the begin of a crusade to begin influencing Amir. Since England as well as even Australia and South Africa consider him to be a risk. What’s more, he can be a match-victor in England,” Inzamam said.
The central selector said he would prompt Misbah-ul-Haq to find a way to counter this weight.
“I think it would be a smart thought if Amir was not made to field at the limits since he will then face unfriendly remarks and comments. It is best to keep him far from the group toward the begin,” he said.
“Be that as it may, to me there is sensitivity for Amir in England and the most ideal way he can answer is to perform in the arrangement and I am certain he can do it,” included the previous chief.