ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Aamir Sohail taunts India, says 'false bravado' by India

India vs Pakistan, ICC Champions Trophy: He added further and said, " If Afghanistan can, why can't India #BoycottPakMatch set an example

Aamir Sohail, former Pakistan opener has come out and sparked controversy. As India take on Pakistan on the 4th of June at Edgbaston, the former opener has questioned, ‘why is India ‘soft’ on cricket?’ The former cricketer spoke to Times Now and said, “If India wants to harden its stance and not wants to keep any ties with Pakistan, then it should boycott all matches.”

It is also learnt that Virat Kohli, captain of team India was forced to shake hands with his Pakistani counterpart. But is this the real story or is it all botched up but Times Now claims it. So will India vs Pakistan happen as schedule?

With latest coming in, we believe that Mohammad Yousuf too seconds Aamir Sohail’s statement.


“Pakistan is a known terror country. We should boycott Pakistan in cricket, says Arvind Sawant, Shiv Sena MP.


He also said, “72 hours before match Pakistan cricketer Aamir Sohail taunts India, says false bravado by India.”

He added further and said, ” If Afghanistan can, why can’t India #BoycottPakMatch set an example? Tweet your views.” Yes, he also went on to draw parallels of India with Afghanistan.

It seems it is just another way to provoke India who bashed Pakistan at the International Court of Justice recently.

It is surprising that we are even taking Aamir Sohail’s statement so seriously as he has not been associated with the game for a long time.

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