Fans get furious as Imam ul Haq is seen cracking jokes with Australian Coach after an embarrassing performance

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Imam ul Haq’s selection has always raised questions with most of the fans accusing him of being unfairly picked in the team. Despite dismal performances in his previous test outings, Imam ul Haq was named in the Test squad against the Aussies.

The left-handed batsman once again failed to put runs on the board during the second test match against Australia. He was dismissed for 2 and 0 in the first and second innings, respectively.

The 23-years-old was on the receiving end of heavy criticism after a picture of him sharing a joke with the Australian coach went viral on the internet. Imam ul Haq was instantly called out by a former cricketer, sports journalists and fans for his non-serious attitude despite an embarrassing performance.

Former cricketer, Faisal Iqbal, termed the picture as shameful.

Journalist Shoaib Jutt sarcastically called Imam ul Haq a ”legend”. He also bashed the cricketer for cracking jokes with the opponents while cricket fans are mourning the loss.

Saj Sadiq also bashed Imam ul haq.

Here’s How Fans Reacted:

Australia won the second test match by an innings and 48 runs to register their fifth whitewash against the visitor since 1999.

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  • His response should not be like it but what we accept ? team should have been crying , sad , red eyes ???? shameful act is not for immature boys but selectors & coach should be fired & if boys are involved in grouping they should be banned for min 5 years even from first class cricket ,IK should take intense action to teach lesson for better future

  • Sara ghussa end Mai issi par nikalta hai 2 saal ka sub ka record check Karen agar yeahi bat hai tu yeah batain Australia ki team two tests Mai poori kyon out nahi hoe ab planning fail hai ya sub andhon ki tarha eik hi ko zalil Karen get.

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