Karachi: Even as all-rounder Wasim Akram asserted that he still had two years of cricket in him, former Pakistan captain Imran Khan lashed out Akram's detractors."The campaign for Akram's ouster is ridiculous and frustrating for a player who has enough cricket left in him and who has been a match winner for Pakistan very recently," said Khan, Akram's early mentor."How can you assess a bowler's form on dead pitches like we had in the series against England? They have blunted Akram with flat tracks. Former Australian great fast bowler Dennis Lillee got only three wickets in Pakistan in the 80s - did Australia throw him out? Never."Copyright AFP 2000
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