Former Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has criticized Karachi Kings pacer Mohammad Amir for his unprofessional behavior towards fellow cricketers during PSL 8.
Speaking to the media, the fastest bowler to ever play the game remarked that the left-arm pacer is a cricketer who is responsible for wasting his talent and cricket career.
The Rawalpindi-born cricketer added that Mohammad Amir has failed to manage his talent and sustain a long professional career.
The 47-year-old cricketer added that the talented pacer was not a child at the age of 18 when he tarnished the reputation of the country. He further said that despite breaking the rules of the game, Amir has failed to repay what Malik has done for him after bringing him back to the national team.
30-year-old Amir has been making headlines since the start of the ongoing edition of PSL for his inappropriate remarks and unprofessional behavior towards cricketers.
Last week, former Pakistan cricketer Mohsin Hasan Khan said that Amir should show lack of respect for cricketers and learn to respect his teammates.
Shahid Afridi said he advised Amir not to tarnish his image further with unnecessary antics after he misbehaved with rising cricketer Hasan Nawaz during a match against Islamabad United.