Former Pakistan batter Saeed Anwar has refuted claims of having any official presence on social media platforms, categorically denying affiliation with any accounts bearing his name.

Renowned for his prolific batting prowess and subsequent transition into a prominent religious figure, Anwar expressed dismay over the proliferation of fake profiles misusing his identity.

In a statement to a private channel, Anwar emphasized that all purported social media handles under his name are unauthorized and fraudulent, urging fans and followers to report them.

These fake accounts, he lamented, have been utilized to propagate misinformation, including inflammatory remarks targeting both India and the Pakistani cricket teams as well as government.

One such account, @imSaeedAnwar on X (formerly Twitter), has garnered a substantial following, surpassing 50,000 followers.


Despite the account sharing content related to cricket and other subjects, Anwar clarified that it is not affiliated with him in any capacity.

Anwar’s illustrious cricketing career solidifies his status as one of Pakistan’s finest ODI batters, boasting an impressive record of 20 centuries in the format.

Accumulating 8,824 runs in 247 ODIs and 4,052 runs in 91 Test innings, including 11 centuries, Anwar’s contributions to Pakistan’s cricketing legacy remain unmatched.

Among his notable achievements, Anwar’s remarkable feat of scoring three consecutive centuries in ODIs during the 1993 Champions Trophy in Sharjah stands as a testament to his exceptional talent.

His innings of 194 against India, once the highest individual score in ODIs for over a decade, showcased his sublime batting prowess on the international stage.

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