Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad has lambasted Umar Akmal for his controversial behavior. The 29-year old was recently suspended by the PCB for breaching the anti-corruption code and was barred from playing in the ongoing Pakistan Super League.

Miandad has warned Umar on behalf of his late father-in-law and former Pakistan spinner Abdul Qadir.

“Umar, my great friend, and your father-in-law was a great cricketer and I am warning you on behalf of him to correct yourself otherwise you will accountable to me,” Miandad said in a video on his YouTube channel while adding, “I urge Umar Akmal’s mother and father to control their son their child as he hurting his own cricket career.”

“You are damaging your country’s image and Pakistan’s former cricketers with your demonstrations as everybody is denouncing you. Cricket is not about money only, it’s about respect too, We have left cricket but still, people respect us, please respect everyone, play good cricket,” Miandad concluded.

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