KARACHI: Pakistan's former international cricketer Mohammad Asif met a bunch of Pakistani cricketers in the USA.
In a picture shared by Asif, national cricketers including Azam Khan, Anwar Ali, Rumman Raees, Bilawal Bhatti, Sohail Khan, and Saad Ali can be spotted.
"Had a great time with young and talented fast bowlers. We had good conversation about bowling skills may prayers and blessings with them," Asif wrote.
Earlier, Rumman shared his feedback on social media about Asif after meeting him.
It should be mentioned here that Asif represented Pakistan in 72 international matches and claimed 165 wickets. In 2010, Asif was charged with spot-fixing — bowling pre-planned and deliberate no-balls against England at Lord's — causing the International Cricket Council (ICC) to hand him a seven-year ban, with two years suspended, in February 2011.