"Fake news": Shoaib Malik was not found guilty of rigging games during the BPL

After being exonerated of any wrongdoing in relation to match-fixing accusations during the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik dismissed the ‘false news’ that had been circulating about him. Malik posted a comment with a passage from the Quran on social media site X, which was formerly known as Twitter, expressing his relief. The caption read, “Alhamdullilah, And We created you in pairs.”

The 41-year-old has been a significant player in Pakistani cricket for more than 20 years. He married Indian tennis player Sania Mirza in 2010. It has been 24 years since Malik made his debut for his country against the West Indies in October 1999, and he is still a major player in the game.

Malik’s remarkable stats across formats demonstrate his impact to Pakistani cricket. During his 287 ODI outings, he amassed 7534 runs at an average of 34.55 and claimed 158 wickets. Though he only played in 35 Test matches, he amassed 1898 runs at an average of 35.14 during his brief career. A career-best 245 against England in 2015 was particularly noteworthy. During his time playing Tests, he also claimed 32 wickets.

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With an average of 31.21 and a strike rate of 125.64 in T20 Internationals, the all-rounder showed off his flexibility by scoring 2435 runs and claiming 28 wickets in 49 innings. As one of Pakistan’s most durable cricket players, Malik’s tenacity and durability in the game have cemented his reputation.

Now that the recent baseless accusations of match-fixing have been refuted, Shoaib Malik may carry on with his remarkable career without having to worry about unjustified controversy getting in the way.

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