Umar Akmal faces penalties for misbehavior during a fitness test: report

KARACHI: unfavorable wicketkeeper of Pakistan Umar Akmal He could face disciplinary action after he reportedly asked a coach where the fat is while fully exposed during an aptitude test.

The matter has been reported to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and according to a 'ESPNcricinfo' report, they are fully aware of the incident that took place in the National Cricket Academy and they are looking for possible punishments for discrediting the game.

The young Akmal, who was reported to have been exposed to frustration after not passing one of the fitness tests, now faces the possibility of being kicked out of the next national tournament in the country.

It is said that he asked the bataye charbee kaha hain staff (tell me where the fat is).

Physical fitness has been a problem with the Akmal brothers for several years, since Umar fought with the PCB for the same reasons during Mickey arthur It's time as head coach.

This comes at a time when the PCB, under the administration of the former captain Misbah-ul-Haq He has promised his commitment to maintain high standards of physical fitness not only in international cricket but also in national cricket.

According to Misbah's instructions, each provincial party is required to regulate proficiency tests quarterly.

Umar's older brother, Kamran, who skipped two physical fitness tests, before failing in almost every department when he finally took one, said the incident at the NCA was simply a misunderstanding.

Once seen as a brilliant prospect, Umar scored a century in the debut of the Test against New Zealand in 2009, and remained a regular feature for a few years until bad form and fitness led him to be abandoned in favor of Sarfaraz Ahmed .

In 16 tests, Umar made 1003 races with a century and six fifty. While in 121 ODI, it has 3194 races with two centuries, the best 102 is not out.

In 84 T20 Internationals, Akmal has made 1690 races with the highest score of 94 and eight half centuries to his name.