'Bobby Simpson tried to ruin my career'
He is a man obsessed with speed, and dreams of darting the cherry faster than anyone. Meet Shoaib Akhtar, the pace sensation from Pakistan who bowled the fastest ball ever in Sharjah on March 28. A thunderbolt timed at 156 kmph.
The young 'wild horse', as he calls himself, returned to the game after an ICC ban almost cut short his career. Now that he is back, he swears to break the 100 mph barrier.
In an exclusive interview with Faisal Shariff in Sharjah, the 'Rawalpindi Express' speaks about the fear that stalked him when he was banned.
He claims that all his talk of being the best during the
ban was rubbish and a facade, meant to fool the world and hide his
disappointment. In Real Audio
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