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PM lauds Pakistan’s cricket team for ‘world class batting’

The Prime Minister congratulated the national team captain Babar Azam for playing excellent cricket. (Photo: Facebook)

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that his players are being lured for money for match-fixing. I am fighting against horse-trading.

PM Imran Khan took to Twitter and congratulated the national cricket team on its excellent performance in the Test match against Australia which ended yesterday, and said that Pakistan has batted to international standards.

In a tweet, the prime minister said that he congratulated the captain Babar Azam and the rest of the team for bringing the Pakistani team back to the match in a great way through world-class batting and brilliant leadership innings.

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In the message, PM Imran Khan said that Pakistan’s players Rizwan and Abdullah Shafiq also deserve congratulations on the full competition of the visiting team, but unfortunately I could not watch the Test match between Pakistan and Australia played in Karachi.

Criticizing the no-confidence motion and the political maneuvers of the opposition without naming anyone, the Prime Minister said that I should fight against match-fixing on another front where relentless money is being poured to entertain my players.

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