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Karachi : Just two days ahead of the high-octane Champions Trophy final against arch-rivals India, former Pakistan opener Aamer Sohail has indirectly accused his national side of fixing matches in the ongoing eight-team marquee event.


 While speaking on a Pakistani news channel, Sohail created a storm by saying that ODI skipper Sarfraz Ahmed and his boys have no reason to rejoice as they have made it to the finals, not on the basis of their performance but through "external factors".

"Sarfraz needs to be told that you have not done anything great. Someone has helped you to win these matches. There is no reason for you (Sarfraz) to rejoice. We all know what happens behind the scenes. I can't tell you who have won them the games. If asked, I will say that the prayers of the fans and God have won them the games. They have been brought to the final due to external factors and not on the basis of their performances," Sohail said.

Sohail further warned the players to concentrate on their game and remain level-headed, otherwise they would not be able to survive.

"The boys now need to be level-headed and focussed on playing good cricket. We all are well aware of everyone's calibre. If you do something wrong, then we will tell you about the same. If you do something correct, we will appreciate you. So, they should keep themselves level-headed, otherwise they would not be able to go much ahead."

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