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Yousuf, Raja exchange coarse words on Aamir issue

The debate over whether tainted left-arm pacer Muhammad Aamir should be allowed to play for Pakistan again has created a big divide in Pakistan cricket with former cricketers Muhammad Yousuf and Ramiz Raja engaging in a war of words on the issue during a TV show.

The two waded into each other and used some very personal, coarse and unrefined language against each on national television during a show on Geo Super channel.

The offensive exchange of words took place over the issue of Aamir with Yousuf claiming Ramiz didn’t know cricket, was a “Sifarashi” player and good only to be a teacher.

Yousuf went one step further when he made some personal remarks against the former Test captain turned commentator who lost his cool on air.

It drew a sharp response from Ramiz who termed Yousuf, who sports a beard, as a fake Mullah who tells lies and who caused havoc in Pakistan cricket.
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