Saeed Ajmal become leading wicket taker in T20 Format

Saeed Ajmal become leading wicket taker in T20 Format.Pakistan spin bowler Saeed Ajmal become most wicket taker in twenty20 game by ICC his progress extra ordinary in cricket game in all three One day, Test and last twenty20 game. PCB honor on Ajmal after this brilliant performance.

Pakistani offspinner spinner Saeed Ajmal on Monday has become the leading wicket taker in the Twenty20 format of the International cricket. The Pakistani offspinner achieved 60 wickets to his credit in the 42nd T20 match, who is followed by his teammates Umar Gul and Shahid Afridi.

The star bowler achieved the record after taking the 59th wicket of Australian batsmen Michael Hussey in the third T20 against Australia at Dubai cricket Stadium, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.Meanwhile, Umar Gul after taking his 59th wicket in third T20 against Australia left behind Shahid Afridi who has 58 wickets to his credit.Saeed Ajmal become leading wicket taker in T20 Format

“Saeed Ajmal, they still say you are the No. one bowler in the world & the PCB recognises you, & whether somebody gives you the prize, that is immaterial, they don’t care,” Ashraf said. “We congratulate you & when you come back home [after the World T20] they will give you a prize for being the No. one bowler in the world. The PCB is with you.”

Saeed Ajmal, the Pakistan off spinner, will get an award from the PCB following the World Twenty20, for being the ‘No. one bowler in the world’, board chief Zaka Ashraf has said. The announcement comes in the wake of Ajmal not being on ICC’s shortlist for Check Player of the Year.

“The PCB has not decided as yet to boycott [the awards ceremony], that will be an extreme step. But they are under extreme pressure. There’s been demonstrations in Pakistan, people have come out in support of Saeed Ajmal; there was a large demonstration held in front of the PCB office. We have conveyed that to the ICC. It’s [even] been taken up in the parliament in Pakistan, there is a large debate going on.”

While the boycott wasn’t a certainty, Ashraf said, they was hoping for a last-minute revision. “There is some error, I think the ICC ought to try to rectify it. At least his name ought to have been on the shortlist,” Ashraf said. “I’m still hopeful the ICC will make a positive move by trying to rectify it.

Ajmal had taken 72 Check wickets between August four, 2011, & August 6, 2012, (the qualifying period for the award). They climbed to No. three in the Check bowlers’ rankings &, last week, took the No. one spot in the ODI rankings.

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