Pakistan’s splendid however spoiled Test pace bowler, Mohammad Asif, has blamed the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) of twofold principles while managing players associated with defilement. “What I did seven years back wasn’t right and I think twice about it. I have served my full discipline and done every one of that was expected of me under the ICC hostile to defilement code. Be that as it may, not once has anybody in the board or National Cricket Academy tried to try and call me and check about my wellness or shape,” Asif said in a meeting on Friday.
He has every once in a while created amazing spells post his five-year boycott. A year ago, in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy day and night last his spell with the new ball set up Wapda making progress toward triumph.
This season he has concocted some savvy spells incorporating six wickets in a single session amid a Quaid Trophy amusement against a solid KRL side.
“I have performed in two seasons and I am fit. I am prepared to take any wellness test or experience concentrated preparing. In any case, the board seems to have twofold benchmarks,” Asif said.
“They can permit Mohammad Amir once more into the Pakistan group with no remarkable rebound exhibitions and bolster him however for me or Salman Butt, they would prefer not to touch us and give us another possibility in the national group despite the fact that we have done well,” he whined.
The pacer feels that the PCB needs a reasonable and uniform approach with respect to spoiled players.
“You can not treat players in an unexpected way. I would prefer not to go into points of interest yet each of the three of us were similarly in charge of what happened seven years back in England,” he said.
Butt, who was Pakistan’s skipper, alongside Asif and Aamir were altogether gotten out in a spot-settling embarrassment on tape amid the fourth test at Lords against England in 2010 and were restricted from the diversion for a long time.
From that point forward Butt has driven Wapda to the Quaid Trophy title and furthermore set them up to guard their title this season too.
He is likewise baffled that regardless of improving himself and demonstrating his wellness and shape even in camps, he isn’t being considered for a rebound to the national side.
“Just God knows whether I will ever get an opportunity to play for my nation again. In any case, I will continue doing what I am doing. Rest is up to the board and selectors as cricket is my bread and margarine,” Butt said.
Insiders in the PCB and those near the selectors say they know Asif is as yet a best bowler yet given his experience and his demeanor even after the spot-settling embarrassment they are hesitant to believe him once more.
Asif has seen and done everything. He has outfoxed the world’s best batsmen including Kevin Pietersen, Virender Sehwag, Andrew Strauss, Jacques Kallis. He guaranteed 106 wickets in just 23 Tests.
Be that as it may, he was consistently associated with embarrassments including being gotten at the Dubai airplane terminal with ownership of unlawful medications, a famous issue with a best performer and a fizzled dope test.
“You never know with Asif what may occur next. What’s more, now we have part of pace alternatives and he has on with age,” a source near the selectors said.
In any case, Asif, who turns 35 this month, hit back by testing the selectors to test his aptitudes with the present yield of pace bowlers.
“Despite everything I remain the best new ball bowler in Pakistan cricket. I have been lauded for my knocking down some pins abilities by the best in cricket. I know the craft of utilizing the new ball,” he said.