WEB DESK: Former Indian opener Virender Sehwag said Pakistani retired cricket players are engaged by big money and this is the cause they are working in India and praising Pakistani Cricket players a lot.
The ex right-hand batsman basically targeted former Pakistani fast-bowler Shoaib Akhter during his discussion with stand-up comedian Vikram Sathaye.
Pakistani former fast-bowler Shoaib Akhter has been teased by the Indian players a lot of in these days, exclaimed Sathaye, to which Sehwag reacted: “That is because Indian main business chahiye (they want business in India). They know that India is a large market for cricket. If they talk about well about India cricket, they will get good business. Sab paisa ka Chamatkar hai yeh(It’s the power of money).”
Furthermore, Sathaye also commented about Pakistani right-arm quickie Rana Naveed-ul-Hassan.
“Rana Naveed is also talking about our cricket very good,” said Sathaye, to swap Sehwag said: “He may taking a cue from Shoaib, hoping that Star Sports or anybody will pick him. You see all the erstwhile Pakistani cricketers want some business from India.”
Additionally, Sehwag said in his discussion that his kids would always praise him if they lost Pakistan.