Pakistan's opening batter Imam-ul-Haq wrote a cryptic post after he wasn't included in the playing XI for fifth and last ODI against New Zealand in Karachi.
After scoring 90 runs and bagging man-of-the-match award in the third ODI, Imam was dropped from the fourth and fifth ODI.
On Sunday before the last ODI of the series, Imam wrote, “Life is an unexpected journey so never expect anything from anyone”. Be patient, Allah is watching!"
Fans think that injustice was done with Imam who performed strongly for Pakistan in the series. The left-handed batter scored 154 runs in three matches including two fifties.
Shan Masood played as an opener in place of Imam. According to reports, team director Mickey Arthur wanted to test Shan before the ICC World Cup in India. Shan scored 44 runs as an opener in previous match.
In the last ODI, New Zealand decided to bat first after winning the toss. When this story was filed, New Zealand were batting at 72-1.