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Shoaib Akhtar shares epic throwback Karachi beach picture on Twitter, tweeple say Shoaib bhai apko pani me nahi jana chahiye tha

Akhtar, who played 46 Tests, 163 ODIs and 15 T20Is for Pakistan, had last played New Zealand in Pallekele in the 2011 World Cup.
04:36 PM Sep 25, 2022 IST | APN Live
shoaib akhtar shares epic throwback karachi beach picture on twitter  tweeple say shoaib bhai apko pani me nahi jana chahiye tha
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Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar on Saturday shared one of his throwback pictures from a beach in Karachi with a laughing emoji.

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Those high-waisted days in Karachi. 90’s were definitely fun for so many reasons I can’t give, he captioned the picture.

In the throwback picture, Shoaib can be seen in a striped shirt and high-waisted trousers, rolled up above his ankles, as he enjoyed the sea at a beach in Karachi.

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As soon as his throwback picture went viral on Twitter, tweeple started pulling his legs and making fun of his 90’s look.

Making fun of former Pakistan pacer’s 90’s picture, a user said Ghutno tak pani hai. Apko pani me nhi jana chahye tha Shoib bhai. while another user commented that Salman Khan dekh Rahe ho Bhai.

Pakistani pacers Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis were showing their throwback pictures during their commentary stint in England vs Pakistan 3rd T20I match on Friday.

A user also claimed the former pacers’ conversation on their throwback pictures has inspired Shoaib Akhtar to share his throwback picture.

Akhtar, who had bowled like bullets when he was young, is quite vocal against the Pakistan team management and often criticises his team fearlessly like he was bowling in his days.

Currently, the Rawalpindi Express is not happy with Pakistan team management for choosing the Pakistan squad for the upcoming T20I World Cup in Australia. Like everyone, he had Pakistan’s poor middle-order concern in the squad.

Speaking on the Pakistan T20I squad on his YouTube channel, the pacer had called it average chief selector’s average team selection.

Akhtar, who played 46 Tests, 163 ODIs and 15 T20Is for Pakistan, had last played New Zealand in Pallekele in the 2011 World Cup.

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