How can you eat bats, dogs and cats: Shoaib Akhtar lashes out at China over coronavirus
By: Sports Desk |

Published: March 15, 2020 11:37:27 am

Shoaib Akhtar Shoaib Akhtar is ‘really angry’ over the unfold of coronavirus. (Source: Twitter/Shoaib Akhtar)

With the PSL being reduce quick and all sports activities affected globally resulting from coronavirus, former Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Akhtar lashed out at China for the unfold of coronavirus, attacking them for ‘eating anything and everything.’

In his official Youtube channel, Akhtar mentioned that he was ‘really angry’ and the Chinese individuals have put the world at stake. “I don’t understand why you have to eat things like bats, drink their blood and urine and spread some virus across the globe… I’m talking about the Chinese people. They have put the world at stake. I really don’t understand how can you eat bats, dogs, and cats. I’m really angry,” Akhtar mentioned.

While China has declared 80,824 instances of sufferers affected by the rampant illness, Pakistan has recorded round 30 instances. India has 83 instances of contaminated sufferers with two deaths to date.

“I’m not against the people of China but I’m against the law of animals. I understand this may be your culture but this is not benefitting you now, it is killing humanity. I’m not saying you boycott the Chinese but there has to be some law. You cannot go on an eat anything and everything,” Akhtar added.

Expressing his anger over PSL being performed behind closed doorways, Akhtar mentioned, ““The biggest reason for anger is PSL… Cricket returned to Pakistan after so many years, the PSL was happening in our country for the first time now even that is at risk. The foreign players are leaving, it will take place behind closed doors.”

“I’ve additionally heard that IPL has been postponed until April 15. The resort industries, journey industries, broadcasters every thing will incur losses due to this.

“God forbid the virus doesn’t reach India. There are around 130 crore people there. I’ve been in touch with my friends in India and wishing them well,” Akhtar added.

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