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Wasim Akram Replies As Anchor Calls Him A National Dhobi
By CricShots - Nov 8, 2022 4:23 pm
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Exuding good humor and bonhomie during a discussion on a Pakistani sports channel, former skipper, Wasim Akram had an amusing response to a fan query amid the ongoing edition of the T20 World Cup 2022. Akram was busy showering praises on the star pacers Shaheen Shah Afridi and Haris Rauf after Babar Azam’s men battled past Shakib Al Hasan’s Bangladesh in the virtual quarter-final of the T20 World Cup on Sunday.

Wasim Akram
Wasim Akram

Babar-led Pakistan defeated Bangladesh in a low-scoring encounter to finish ahead of South Africa in the Group 2 standings. Former champions Pakistan is scheduled to lock horns with Kane Williamson-led New Zealand in the first semi-final of the T20 World Cup 2022.

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Discussing the changes of the finalists ahead of Pakistan’s blockbuster clash with New Zealand, legendary pacer Waqar Younis asked Akram a bizarre question on behalf of a fan.

“There is a very important question. Very important. It’s addressed to you. The question is ‘Do clothes really get clean if washed with Ariel?,” Younis asked Akram on the Pakistani sports show – The Pavilion.”I have been washing clothes for the last 10 years. Now, I am 56 years old. I can confirm that the clothes do get clean. Ariel. Ariel,”

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Wasim Akram responded before Younis joked about why the question was an important one for the viewers. Akram also came up with a hilarious response after the anchor branded him as the ‘National Dhobi’ (washerman) of Pakistan.

Here is the video of the incident:

Earlier, Wasim Akram lashed out at a fan over a ‘random’ question about Pakistani wicket-keeper batter Mohammad Rizwan amid the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia. After finishing at 2nd place in Group 2 of the tournament, the Babar-led Pakistan side has set a date with New Zealand in the semi-finals at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) on Wednesday.

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