Abdul Razzaq reveals he has had 5-6 affairs after marriage


Former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq recently made headlines during the recently concluded ICC World Cup 2019 after he asked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to allow him to train flamboyant all-rounder Hardik Pandya as the former Pakistani cricketer said he will turn the youngster into the best in the world in a span of two weeks. Now, the 39-year-old has created a storm after he admitted to having extramarital affairs with multiple women during his playing days.


Razzaq made the bold confession on a television show after he revealed that he had five to six extramarital affairs and went on to state that one of those relations lasted for more than a year.

Razzaq said it all happened after he tied the knot. He was one of the top names in world cricket during his playing days and was regarded as one of the finest all-rounders to have graced the cricket field. Razzaq had played 265 ODIs for Pakistan in which he had notched up 5,080 runs with three centuries and 23 half-centuries under his belt. With the ball, he had 269 wickets to his name with the best figures of 6/35 in ODI cricket.

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In Tests, Razzaq played 46 matches wherein he scored 1,946 runs with three tons and seven half-centuries. In red-ball cricket, Razzaq picked up a total of 100 wickets with the best figures of 5/35 for Pakistan. The all-rounder could only play 32 T20Is in which he scored 393 runs and picked up 20 wickets.

Talking about Hardik, Razzaq had earlier said that he saw a lot of faults in the all-rounder’s body balance when he tries to hit the ball hard. The former Pakistani cricketer further highlighted Hardik’s faulty footwork and asked the BCCI to send Hardik to the UAE so that he can train him.

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“Today I have been closely observing Hardik Pandya and I see a lot of faults in his body balance while hitting the bowl hard. I observed his footwork as well and I see that also lets him down sometimes,” Razzaq wrote on Twitter.

“If I can give him coaching, for example in the UAE, I can make him one of the best all-rounders, if not the best. If the BCCI wants to make him a better all-rounder I will always be available,” he had added.