Former Pakistan captain and famous cricketer Wasim Akram has announced the release of his autobiography which is entitled ‘Sultan – The Memoir’.
The book is scheduled to be released in the coming weeks. It will include his twenty-year international career with Pakistan that was filled with controversy and drama.
The book was composed by Wasim Akram and an experienced writer for cricket who hails from Australia Gideon Haigh. He has also written books such as Mystery Spinner, The Cricket War, Stroke of Genius, On Warne, Shadows on the Pitch and many more. Akram announced the news via Twitter and said that, by reading this book, people will be able to see the truth.
Finally you will know the truth & my side of the story!— Wasim Akram (@wasimakramlive) September 10, 2022
Details and dates soon to follow, stay tuned …#SultanWasimAkram #WasimAkramBook @HardieGrant pic.twitter.com/eLU8P3ODxz
“Finally you’ll be able to know the truth and my perspective! The details and dates are soon to be revealed, so keep an eye out …#SultanWasimAkram”#WasimAkramBook @HardieGrant” Check out his tweet.
“Below average batting,” Wasim commented while analyzing the match. “In general, the attitude was not there, they were not willing to take doubles by targeting the longer part of the ground, they only looked to clear the boundary against the spin,” Wasim added.
The Sri Lankan’s Wanindu Hasaranga was the X-factor in the match, because he was one of the key players that caused the Pakistan middle order collapse. He also assisted his team to achieve a resounding victory prior to the highly-anticipated final. The leg spinner of 25 years scored three crucial wickets and scored an important run to secure Sri Lanka’s five-wicket win.