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Former Pakistani cricketer Waqar Younis has faced the ire of netizens after he made insensitive comments about dementia and Alzheimer’s while addressing a Scottish player during the discussion of a recently concluded contract. T20 World Cup The 2022 fixture between Scotland and the West Indies will be played on October 17 (Monday).

A panel of former Pakistani cricketers, including Misbah-ul-Haq, Shoaib Malik, Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis, were seen discussing the role played by the Scottish player against the West Indies. Former Pakistani cricketer Younis tried to make an extremely insensitive joke by claiming that the players could be suffering from Alzheimer’s or dementia.

We cannot see Pooran: Wasim Akram in the current pattern of the West Indies

Speaking in a panel discussion, the question was raised as to why Scottish players carried a piece of paper on the ground. While discussing the same, Waqar Younis said, “They may have an Alzheimer’s problem or dementia.” As soon as the former Pakistani bowler made this comment, the other members present at the discussion could be heard laughing.

Shortly after, Wasim Akram made a racist comment, adding: “We can’t see Pooran. How can we see his name on the back of a shirt?” The panel was also heard laughing at Wasim’s comments about Pooran.

Talking about the match, Scotland batted first and posted a competitive total on the board thanks to batsman George Munsey hitting 66 of 53 balls, which included nine fours. In response, several West Indies batsmen, including Kyle Mayers, Brandon King and Evin Lewis, started at bat, but none of them were able to turn it into a big score.

As a result, the former T20 champions collapsed in 118 runs in 18.3 overs and handed Scotland a famous victory by 42 runs. Munsey was named player of the match for his excellent hitting.

In the meantime, here are some Twitter reactions to Younis’ statement.

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