Simon Doull denies fake reports of mistreatment from Pakistan

Simon Doull denies fake reports of mistreatment from Pakistan

News was circulating all around the internet that Simon Doull faced mistreatment during his stay in Pakistan. Some of the News channels also said that, Simon felt like hell when he was staying for PSL commentary.

However, Simon Doull has come forward and denied all the false reports by Indian media claiming about mistreatment and ill behavior of Pakistanis during his stay for PSL in Pakistan.

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Living in Pakistan is like Living in Jail

Foreign media reported about Simon Doull feelings with captions like, “Living in Pakistan is like Living in Jail, I stayed in Pakistan without food for many days”. Some of it were captioned as “I was not allowed to go out as fans of Babar Azam were waiting for me to attack”.

After all this controversy, British based sports journalist Saj Sadiq asked Simon Doull about the clear story and Cricketer turned Commentator poured cold water on the whole fake and baseless story.

Saj Sadiq after talking to Simon Doull tweeted that, “He absolutely loved his time in Pakistan and all the reports that living in Pakistan is like living in hell and his stay without food are totally fake”.

The former Kiwi Batsman Simon is already famous for his straight and direct comments. The 53-year-old has also called out Babar Azam on his slow acceleration rate on many occasions.

The commentator also criticized Sarfaraz Ahmad for his body language in a match against Karachi kings but he did not mentioned about mistreatment or ill behavior of any player or official against him.

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He is an outspoken personality, and he spent him time really well in Pakistan during Pakistan Super League. All the reports about mistreatment are fake and baseless.

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