Shoaib Akhtar: The one who feared happened, the storm became helpless from the knee… Shoaib Akhtar’s pain spilled in the video

Melbourne: Shoaib Akhtar of Pakistan is considered to be the fastest bowler in the history of cricket. He has bowled the fastest recorded ball in cricket. Akhtar is currently in Australia and has undergone surgery on both his knees. After his surgery, he has shared a video to update the fans about it. In this, he is telling his troubles. Bowling fast puts a lot of pressure on the knees and that is why Akhtar is facing this problem even after retirement. This is his sixth surgery.

emotional video
Earlier Shoaib Akhtar had undergone 5 surgeries. In the video, Shoaib Akhtar told that his surgery lasted 5-6 hours. He said, ‘I have come out of surgery. Had 5-6 hours of surgery, both knees. I am in trouble Need your prayers I hope this is my last surgery, but I am in pain. Even 11 years of retirement, I am in dire straits.

Could play 5-6 years more
Shoaib Akhtar further said in this video that he could have played cricket for 5-6 years more, but in doing so he would have been in a wheelchair. He said, ‘I could play and play for 4-5 years. But I knew I would be in a wheelchair. That’s why I quit cricket. For me always just playing for Pakistan and bowling fast. But this is what happens. Whatever I did for Pakistan, if I get to play for Pakistan again, I will play again.

Last match played in 2011
Shoaib Akhtar, 46, made his debut for Pakistan in 1997. He played his last match in the 2011 World Cup. Meanwhile, he got a chance to play 46 Tests, 163 ODIs and 15 T20 matches, in which he has 178, 247 and 15 wickets respectively. After retiring from the game, he is seen as a cricket expert along with doing commentary. Apart from this, he also has a YouTube channel.


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