Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan has said that calling foreign cricketers "phateechar" was not meant to degrade them, as it was one of the "pure cricketing terms" of his time. "The rest are all phateechar players who would have come anyway", he said.
"I don't even know the names of any of these foreign players". It seems they just picked up players from wherever.
Najim Sethi informs Imran Khan does not respect the people of Pakistan and their complexion, adding his information about cricket is also vanished; he does have any knowledge about the norms that most of the T20 players are not present in the Test crickets during the modern era.
After the final, observers said Khan started nit-picking during the meeting with his party's leaders.
Najim Sethi highlights the door for the revival of worldwide cricket will be possible with the holding of PSL final in Lahore.
"These are regular cricketing terms and every cricketer knows them", explained Miandad in a TV show.
"It is a huge allegation, and it needs to be highlighted, especially after Pietersen has come out and clarified that it was his own decision and Imran Khan had nothing to do with it", said Miandad. "There were no top foreign players as they left before the final", he told his party colleagues. His remarks that some players were called in "from Africa" were interpreted by his detractors as racist. "What's the point of holding the PSL final in Lahore?" They included Englishmen David Malan and Chris Jordan, and World Cup winners Darren Sammy and Marlon Samuels from the West Indies. She took to twitter and gave a reply.