VIDEO: Former Pakistani cricketing star Abdul Razzaq admits having ‘5 to 6 extra-marital affairs’

He made the confession during an interview to a TV show.

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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – FEBRUARY 05: Abdul Razzaq of Pakistan celebrates the wicket of Ross Taylor of the Black Caps during game six of the one day series between New Zealand and Pakistan at Eden Park on February 5, 2011, in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Hagen Hopkins/Getty Images)

 

Highlights:
  • Former Pakistani all-rounder Abdul Razzaq admitted being involved in 5 to 6 extramarital affairs.
  • He made these claims while speaking at a Pakistani TV show. 
  • He also claimed that he offered to coach Hardik Pandya during WC 2019.

The former Pakistani cricketing sensation and all-rounder Abdul Razzaq is in the spotlight again following his recent TV interview. During a show at Aap News, Abdul Razzaq confessed to having 5 to 6 extramarital affairs.

To clear the doubt, he said that these affairs were after when he officially tied the knot. Adding that, all of them have an ‘expiry date’. The 39 years old cricketing star said that some of them lasted a year, while some went on for another six months.

Here is the video that made rounds across social media:

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While some ‘enjoyed’ his confessions in a humorous way, others found it disgusting to see hi casually glorifying cheating.

 

With his startling confessions and how casually he made them, this is the second time he has made the headlines recently. Previously he claimed that he offered to coach Hardik Pandya to make him best all-rounder in the world. He made these comments after a match between West Indies and India during the World Cup 2019, saying that he critically analyzed Pandya’s game and detected some weaknesses. Those weaknesses need to be worked upon.

”I see a lot of faults in his body”

Commenting on Pandya’s performance, Razzaq said that he sees a lot of faults in his body and can help him overcome his shortcomings.

“Today I have been closely observing Hardik Pandya and I see a lot of faults in his body balance while hitting the bowl hard. I observed his footwork as well and I see that has also let him down sometimes,” Razzaq tweeted earlier.

“If I can give him coaching, for example in the UAE, I can make him one of the best all-rounders, if not the best. If the BCCI wants to make him a better all-rounder I will always be available,” he continued.

Razzaq himself played 265 ODIs (One-Day Internationals) representing Pakistan. In these matches, he has scored 5,080 runs with three centuries and 23 half-centuries. With the ball, he had 269 wickets glorifying his name, with the best figures of 6/35 in ODI cricket.

What are your views on Razzaq’s comments? Share with us in the comments section below.

    I thought he was ethically strong decent person. But seems more like a fake personality. Offering coaching to indian players. It all comes down to greediness and maintaining high fi life style. To afford that will do anything to gain millions no matter if its all wrongs being a pakistani and a musalman. Very disappointed may allah guide him. Ameen.

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