The two waded into each other and used some very personal, coarse and unrefined language against each on national television during a television show. The offensive exchange of words took place over the issue of Aamir with Yousuf claiming Ramiz didn't know cricket, was a 'sifarashi' player and good only to be a teacher.
Yousuf went one step further when he made some personal remarks against the former Test captain turned commentator who lost his cool on air. It drew a sharp response from Ramiz and termed Yousuf, who sports a beard, as a fake Mullah who tells lies and who caused havoc in Pakistan cricket.
The clips of the exchange soon became the talk of the social media with many former players, fans and critics expressing disappointment over the language used by both former stalwarts. Pakistan's former Test captain Rashid Latif said what happened should never have happened and was most unfortunate.

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