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Pakistan Cricket Expert Mohsin Ali Hits Wife On Air

By Akanksha - February 17, 2024 07:42 PM

There are strange instances that frequently surface online. But some encounters are frequently unpleasant and leave a foul taste in one's mouth. A video of one such instance, with a Pakistani cricket expert named Mohsin Ali, fighting with his wife on TV and appearing to threaten to strike her, went popular on social media. The incident's video went viral. A spectator questioned him during the same conversation, saying, 'Mohsin, humanity comes first. Domestic abuse is something you have done in this life. Honour your relationship.

The user received a response from Mohsin saying, 'I wonder what kind of violence you will resort to when you face distraction during the live session.' thirty-one years of marriage. You may be younger. Our 31-year marriage is a result of my respect for my wife. This does not qualify as domestic abuse.' Mohsin Ali has more than 100,000 followers on his 'Aap Ka Mohsin Ali' YouTube channel.

The Pakistan Cricket Board said on Thursday that it has decided to sever ties with Mohammad Hafeez, the men's cricket team's director of cricket.

'Mohammad Hafeez, the director of the Pakistan men's cricket team, has our sincere thanks for all of his outstanding achievements. Players have been motivated by Hafeez's love of the game, and his guidance during the trip to Australia and New Zealand has been invaluable. Pakistan Cricket said on X, 'The PCB wishes Hafeez luck and success in his future endeavours.'

After a poor ICC World Cup 2023 campaign, Hafeez was named Director of the Pakistan men's cricket team. With only four victories, the team was unable to advance to the semifinals. The leadership structure of Pakistan witnessed many adjustments as a result.

Shan Masood and Shaheen Afridi were handed leadership positions in the Test and Twenty20 international forms, respectively, following Babar Azam's resignation as captain.

Former Men's Cricket Director Mickey Arthur, former Head Coach Grant Bradburn, and former Batting Coach Andrew Puttick were posted to the National Cricket Academy in Lahore. Subsequently, each of the three left their posts.

The central contract of Haris Rauf was terminated, which was another major alteration to the Pakistan setup. After the PCB looked into his refusal to travel with Pakistan's Test squad to Australia for the just-concluded tour, he was punished.

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