Published On: Tue, Oct 11th, 2016

Miandad responds to Afridi’s warning of legal action

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Pakistan’s legendary batsman Javed Miandad has said he is ready to face Pakistan former T20 captain Shaihd Afridi. However, he will strike when the iron is hot.

Pakistan former T20 captain Shaihd Afridi has decided to take legal action against Miandad, following an exchange of heated words between the two, sources report.

The spate of words between the two began when Boom Boom Afridi made a comment on the legendary cricketer, saying Miandad had always had an issue with money.

To which, Miandad hit Afridi back with match-fixing allegations.

According to sources, Afridi and his lawyers are going through video clips and will send the notice after the end of public holiday this week.

“Afridi and his lawyer are watching clips of Miandad and his allegation thoroughly, and will be sending the required legal notice on October 13 as the offices remain close on 9th and 10th of Muharram.”

“I will reserve my comments for now. But I will have a strong comeback [for Afridi] when the time comes,” Miandad told media.

Pakistan former T20 captain Shaihd Afridi has decided to take legal action against Pakistan’s legendary batsman Javed Miandad, after an exchange of heated words took place between the two, sources report.

Afridi, who has represented Pakistan in  approximate 400 ODIs, and about a 100 T20s, has finally decided to send a legal notice to Miandad on Thursday, according to sources.

The spate of words between the two began when Boom Boom Afridi made a comment on the legendary cricketer saying Miandad had always had an issue with money.

To which Miandad hit Afridi back with match-fixing allegations.

According to sources, Afridi and his lawyers are going through video clips and will send the notice after the end of public holiday this week.

“Afridi and his lawyer are watching clips of Miandad and his allegation thoroughly, and will be sending the required legal notice on October 13 as the offices remain close on 9th and 10th of Muharram.”

 

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Syed Ammar Alavi

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