Mohammad Amir is asked to apologize to Harbhajan Singh by Saeed Ajmal.

ByFaisal Chughtai | Published date:

Former Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal says Mohammad Amir should apologize to Harbhajan Singh for their Twitter dispute. After Pakistan's 10-wicket triumph against India in the upcoming 2021 T20 World Cup, Amir and Harbhajan exchanged scathing words. Amir began the discussion by asking Harbhajan whether he had shattered his TV after Pakistan's victory. Harbhajan brought up Amir's spot-fixing controversy, to which Amir retaliated with some harsh tweets of his own.

Former off-spinner Saeed Ajmal says Amir should not have started the debate and should apologize for his involvement in the heated confrontation.

"Players should treat each other in a nice manner because cricket brings people together. I think Amir made a mistake by jumping in that conversation [between Shoaib Akhtar and Harbhajan Singh] and he should apologize for it. It was a discussion between two great cricketers and Amir made the wrong choice by getting involved in it," Ajmal said.

Ajmal went on to discuss Pakistan's strong performance in the T20 World Cup. He said that the Pakistan cricket team rose to the occasion and shocked everyone with their outstanding performances. He went on to say that Pakistan's progress in T20 cricket has been remarkable, given that they were unable to put together a quality squad only a few years ago.