The hashtag #FawadAlamexposed was a trending topic on the social media website
The hashtag #FawadAlamexposed has been trending on the social media website Twitter since last night, however in an interesting turn of events, the trend is in favour of the Test cricketer.
Amidst the controversy surrounding Pakistan opener Imamul Haq’s alleged cheating scandal which got viral on social media, the fans of Fawad Alam took to Twitter to use this opportunity to highlight Test cricketer’s outstanding performances in domestic cricket.
✔ 💯 on Test Debut— Bilal Khan (@khanbilal_) July 25, 2019
✔ An average of 41+ in Test Cricket
✔ 11000+ First Class Runs
✔ First Class Average of Over 55
✔ 30 Hundreds 💯 and Still counting
✔ 58 Half Centuries
✔ Avg. Of 50 in last 9 Consecutive Seasons
Still Not Suitable for Pak Team? #FawadAlamExposed pic.twitter.com/OlI5xXz1iw
First Pakistani batsman to score hundred on debut outside Pakistan,— Syed Mohib (@IsyedMohib) July 26, 2019
2nd best score on debut by a Pakistani,
11,441 runs in first class cricket at an average of 56.08.
Why @iamfawadalam25 is being ignored?#FawadAlamExposed #Cricket #Pakistan #Karachi #Lahore #PCB pic.twitter.com/k2KrgJ3T2I
People were initially surprised to see this hashtag trending, however when they found out the story behind it, they joined in to support it.
Fans also criticized the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for not providing enough chances to the discarded middle-order batsman.
The man whose career was destroyed by internal politics of PCB..Inzimam and Mickey closed the doors of International Cricket for him..he never gave up..The man who is a real hero and was cheated by PCB several times..The Real Hero..FAWAD ALAM #FawadAlamExposed pic.twitter.com/O0ibxAtAfL— Umair (@UmairIl13582935) July 25, 2019
The 33-year-old in a recent interview with Cricket Pakistan said that he is hopeful that he will get another chance to represent the Men in Green, despite being on the sidelines since 2015.
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