Imran Khan’s old video clip goes viral, issue of PCB removal from video.

Imran Khan’s old video clip goes viral, issue of PCB removal from video, An old video of former national team captain Imran Khan is going viral in which he is making an interesting comment about himself being removed from the footage made for the 1992 World Cup winning team.

Imran Khan can be seen saying in this video clip which has gone viral on the social media website Twitter, “Now this is the situation that they are showing today’s footage of the World Cup and trying to show that Pakistan is a The World Cup was won without the captain.

The cricket board is under severe criticism for the exclusion of former World Cup-winning captain Imran Khan from the commemorative video of the Pakistan Cricket Board. This video describes some of the highlights of Pakistani cricket over the years, dating back to the country’s international debut in 1952.

Imran Khan is known as Pakistan’s greatest cricketer who took 362 Test wickets at an average of 22.81 while also scoring 3807 runs at an average of 37.69 with 6 centuries.

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At his peak, his form and performances for Pakistan in the 1980s placed him third in the ICC’s all-time Test bowling rankings. The pinnacle of his career came in 1992 when he gifted the nation the World Cup, his rousing “Cornered Tigers” speech standing as the stuff of legend in cricketing folklore. Yet Imran Khan was conspicuously absent from the tribute video, which only featured images from the 1992 victory.

Social media users expressed their anger at the exclusion of this video of tribute to Imran Khan, terming it as a political act. Cricket Info writer Usman Samiuddin joked that it is not possible to celebrate Pakistani cricket without Imran Khan.

Swapping beer for a popular Pakistani soft drink, Samiuddin wrote, “No way you can celebrate a Pakistani cricket video without the greatest cricketer in the history of Pakistan.

Samiuddin’s Cricinfo colleague Daniyal Rasool said the PCB video was kind of impressive. Daniyal Rasool wrote, “It is also a job to be disrespected by your own fans while celebrating your greatest cricketing achievements on your own account on the occasion of Independence Day.”

Former Pakistan Women’s captain Urooj Mumtaz Khan wrote, “Reminiscing the history of Pakistan cricket, 11 pictures of the 1992 World Cup win and not a single picture or mention of the greatest player who ever played for the country”, Imran Khan will go down in history as one of the greatest players in the world game!”.

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