'Get a Life': Salman Butt slams Simon Doull for Criticising Virat Kohli's Batting Approach
Former Opener Slams Shadab Khan Following Pakistan's Shambolic Defeat Against Afghanistan
Salman Butt hits out at Aussie media for ball tampering allegations against Ravindra Jadeja
Salman Butt questions Hardik Pandya's selection as India's T20I captain
Since the T20 World Cup fiasco, Rohit's leadership and run-scoring appetite are the talking points among Indian fans
Ex-Pak cricketer backs MS Dhoni to become the next Indian Head Coach
According to him, MS Dhoni has a great tactical mind which can be utilized for betterment of Indian cricket.
'They are undermining a superb effort': Former Pakistan ace on 'No-Ball' controversy
Many a cricket expert and fans have felt that undue attention to the no-ball incident is shifting the focus from the superb performance the two teams put on the field on that day. The latest addition to the list of people with similar opinion is the former Pakistan captain.
Salman Butt urges Harshal Patel to bowl quicker
Though Harshal is a deceptive bowler, he becomes an easy target for the opposition once they understand his hand movements.
Asia Cup 2022: Salman Butt slams Pakistan's poor display against Sri Lanka
Pak's batting efforts did not impress former skipper Salman Butt, who did not mince his words while criticising the batting debacle.
Asia Cup 2022 | Butt demands improvement from PAK batters after defeat to India
Salman Butt urges Pakistan batters to improve their batting against short-pitch bowling.
Asia Cup Trivia: Batters with most ducks
We look at the batters with the most number of ducks in Asia Cup history.
Most Ducks in Asia Cup!
Most Ducks is one of the most embarrassing records to have a name in. So, let's have a look at top 3 players who have most ducks in Asia Cup history.
Salman Butt contradicts Wasim Akram and Ravi Ashwin, backs ODIs amid rising concerns
Former Pakistan batter Salman Butt has backed ODI cricket amid concerns regarding the format's future.
Don't think there is a competition with anyone: Mohammad Amir
Left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir believes that it's futile to compare him with any former or current crop of Pakistani bowlers as his skills are unrivalled. Amir was one of the hottest young talents when he burst on the scene back in late 2000s. Blessed with a smooth action and the ability to move the ball both ways at searing pace, the seamer was destined for greatness. However, he fell off the cliff in August 2010 due to his involvement in the infamous spot-fixing scandal, alongside then skipper Salman Butt and pacer Mohammad Asif. Amir was handed a 5-year ban and while he dished out some memorable performances following his return in 2016, he looked a pale shadow of his former self. Also Read: Sri Lanka-Pakistan Second Test Moved To Galle Due To Political Crisis - Report Speaking to a local media in Pakistan, Amir was asked about his competition back in the day with pace sensation Mohammad Asif. He responded by saying that there was no competition. "I don't think there is a competition of myself with anyone. I was the only bowler who was in the ICC rankings. Even when I was dropped after the World Cup, I was still in the rankings for a good year and a half," said Amir as quoted by Cricket Pakistan. Amir was eventually dropped from the set-up following his decision to retire from Test cricket in 2019. The pacer then shocked everyone by announcing his abrupt retirement from all formats of the game a year later. 'I am the only one in my class'- Mohammad Amir With Shaheen Afridi spearheading the bowling attack in all formats, Pakistan cricket has moved on from Amir but the 30-year-old still believes that he is a class apart from the rest. "The skills that I have don't compare to anyone along with my mindset. I don't think there are any comparisons because everyone has a different class and I am the only one in my class," he added. Amir represented Pakistan in 36 Tests, 61 ODIs and 50 T20Is, claiming 119, 81 and 59 wickets, respectively. His last international outing came in a T20I against England in 2020. Read: Making a comeback when you are 35-plus was never going to be easy ~ DK
Virat Kohli is an institution in himself: Former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt
Butt, however, applauded Virat Kohli for setting himself as an inspiration after scoring runs with ease across different formats since his debut way back in 2008.