Saturday, November 28, 2020

Shoaib Akhtar is angry over New Zealand Cricket’s “threat” of sending Pakistan team home for violating health protocols

 


Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is angry over New Zealand Cricket’s “threat” of sending Pakistan team home for violating health protocols, asking the board to “behave” itself and be careful when talking about the “greatest country on the planet”.


“I am angry that why are you threatening us? You are talking about Pakistan, the greatest country on the planet. So, behave yourself and stop giving this sort of statement against Pakistan,” said the former pacer in a video posted on his YouTube channel.

Akhtar warned the board to be careful “next time” telling the New Zealand board that such a statement was “out of limits”. He also reminded them that they were talking about a country and its national team.

“We do not need you! Our cricket is not ending and neither can you say that this tour will finish,” said the former pacer. He added that it will be New Zealand Cricket board that will benefit from the broadcasting rights.

“So, you should be indebted to us that we are coming and doing a tour in such a time and doing all these things for you,” said Akhtar.

BTS

 


BTS has hit another milestone with the release of their new album, BE (Deluxe Edition) according to Rolling Stone.


According to a cumulative report curated by the leading publication, the seven-track album has topped the Top 200 Albums Chart barely a week into its release.

As of now, the album has already racked up a total of 137,200 album units, nearly 17.4 million audio on-demand streams, 89,200 album sales and a whopping 126,000 digital sales.

By comparison, the second leading album release, by Megan Thee Stallion only received 7,900 album sales, per Wednesday’s last tally.

For reference, while BTS’s album BE sits at 1st, Megan Thee Stallion clocks in at 2nd, while Ariana Grande holds 3rd position.