The online tussle between Shoaib Malik and Ramiz Raja refuses to die down with the veteran all-rounder taking yet another potshot at the former Pakistan skipper. The argument between the two first made the headlines when Ramiz called for Malik alongside senior teammate Mohammad Hafeez to retire gracefully and make room for youngsters in the side.
In response, Malik had requested Ramiz jokingly to consider taking retirement from commentary as well to which the broadcaster penned a couple of tweets saying he would never resign from speaking his mind. Interestingly, Ramiz later accused Malik’s manager of stealing his Twitter credentials and deleting his posts.
Although Ramiz deleted this specific tweet, Malik has now sought a clarification from the 57-year-old for trying to muddle his personal credibility. Reacting to this latest rift, Ramiz has advised Malik to play it cool and said that the matter had already been resolved with the player’s manager.