Mohammad Hafeez unhappy over Sharjeel getting another chance

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Srinagar: Former Pakistan captain Mohammad Hafeez is unhappy with Sharjeel Khan getting another chance after the suspension in a spot-fixing case.

Hafeez, who made his Pakistan debut in 2003, took a dig at Sharjeel on his Twitter account which has led to a debate on the Pakistan Cricket Board’s policy on allowing tainted players back in the national team.

Hafeez, in his post, said: “Shouldn’t we set standards of dignity and pride higher than any other ‘Extra Talent’ to represent Pakistan. Just Asking.”

He had also resisted the comeback of Mohammad Aamir to the Pakistan camp some years back when the board recalled Aamir after he completed his five-year ban for spot-fixing.