The International Cricket Council (ICC) has mistakenly mentioned Pakistani former bowler, Waqar Younis, as an Indian bowler in one of the videos posted today. The ICC video showed glimpses of the Hall of Fame in which one of the notable names of the Younis, who still dominates the bowling line-up of the cricket-loving nation with his emerging name.
The fans have dragged humor to social media after they saw a huge blunder by the ICC in one of its videos. The video could have remained unnoticed but the cricket fans took an advantage of turning on notifications for ICC forums. After instantly noticing it, the fans dragged ICC into their mocks and memes on media as it still commences.
The global cricketing forum had no option but to delete the video after owning huge criticism. Here is the screenshot:
ICC wrote Waqar Younis as an Indian bowler, deletes later
Notably, Waqar is still considered a world-class bowler. He has played 87 Test matches grabbing 373 wickets averaging 23.6. Whereas, in the ODI cricket, he has featured Pakistan in 262 matches picking 416 wickets.
Currently, Waqar is coherent with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as he polishes his coaching career. He is the bowling coach of the national team as he replaced Azhar Mehmood in 2019 after the previous PCB coaching contracts expired.