Mohammed Irfan has confirmed that he is fine after rumors of his death were doing rounds on social media. He further added that all the reports saying that he had met a car accident were fake & baseless.
Pakistan pacer Mohammad Irfan has confirmed that he is fine after the rumors of his death started circulating on social media. The pacer said that all the reports saying that he had met an accident were fake & baseless. “Some social media outlets are spreading fake news about my death in a car accident. This has disturbed my family and friends beyond words, and I have been receiving endless calls on this. Please refrain from such things. There was no accident and we are well,” Irfan tweeted. The 38 year old pacer is renowned for being the tallest player to ever play first class cricket.
Irfan last represented Pakistan in a T20I against Australia last year in November. The pacer has also played 4 test, 60 ODIs & 22 T20Is for Pakistan managing to take 109 wickets across all the formats. He was last seen on pitch during the PSL as he represented Multan Sultans. He ended up taking four wickets in the tournament.