When will we come out from friendship, liking & disliking culture: Shoaib Malik

Shoaib Malik ’s enigmatic tweet after Pakistan’s loss in Final heavily trolled on social media – “When will we come out from friendship, liking & disliking culture. Allah always helps the honest…”

Pakistan Cricket Team player all-rounder Shoaib Malik ’s tweet let the netizens confused after green being defeated by Sri Lanka on final match of world Cup 2022 played on 11th September, 2022 on Sunday at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Malik is a former captain of Pakistan Cricket Team, has not retired yet but dropped after the last T20 world Cup. He served as a Captain in National Cricket team from 2007 to 2009. He currently plays in Pakistan Super League for Peshawar Zalmi. Shoaib Malik is an all-rounder player in Pakistan Cricket Team and it is difficult to admire which role in cricket side he is best and precise. He started his career as an off-break bowler. Malik is a best batsman so far as he was chosen as an opener in Test matches and ODIs. He has been called as a game-changer as he can be brutal anytime in a game. Malik is an all-rounder in real means.

Right after non-selection in Asia Cup 2022 Malik had a debate with Rameez Raja over retirement. Supposition was made last year that he would retire soon. Malik replied to speculation: “I am saying very clearly today I have not even thought about retirement. I have no plans to retire now because I am fit, I can bat, and I can bowl.”

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Malik didn’t played since last year’s T20 match. His cryptic tweet trolls down everywhere on social media says: “When will we come out from friendship, liking & disliking culture. Allah always helps the honest…”

It is worth mentioning here that after Malik’s tweet, wicket keeper and Malik’s team mate Kamran Akmal replied: “Ustad G …don’t be this much honest”.

Pakistan cricket team coach and former Pakistani Cricketer Inzamam Ul Haq also quoted on Malik’s tweet:

“Such allegations have been made in the past and will continue to be levelled in the future too. We should understand that selection is not a one-man job. There’s a team of selectors, coach and captain who take a call. I can’t comment on friendships, but yes like-dislikes are everywhere,

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