Rishabh Pant's failure to post a big knock in the ongoing Test series in England has prompted questions about his batting. Former Pakistan captain Salman Butt has his say.
Responding to Michael Vaughan for his "low-level thinking", former Pakistan opener Salman Butt said that "some people have mental constipation", and their minds are stuck in the past.
Michael Vaughan on Sunday hit out at Salman Butt after he criticised him for stirring up controversy by drawing comparisons between Virat Kohli and Kane Williamson.
The fixing scandal rocked the cricketing world, and aftershocks can still be felt a decade on in Pakistan.
Shoaib Akhtar, speaking on a talk show, cast match-fixing aspersions on his former Pakistan teammates when he said that he was playing against 21 people -- "11 theirs and 10 ours".
Salman Butt said he was delighted to join the Lahore Qalandars in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) as a replacement for Mohammad Hafeez.
Butt has committed to a full season for local giants Mohammedan Sporting Club, a club captained by Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan.
Butt and Kamran also felt that one reason for Pakistani not producing the same quality batting as India was because of the inconsistent nature of pitches used in the first class matches.
Mohammad Asif feels that the PCB needs to have a clear and uniform policy regarding tainted players.
Last year, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shahryar Khan said there was no restriction or reservations on part of the PCB or the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Butt and Mohammad Asif playing international cricket again.