Should Shaheen Afridi Play Pakistan’s Next Match? Shahid Afridi Answers | Cricket News | ANewsHub

Shahid Afridi has shared his views on whether or not Shaheen ought to play Pakistan’s subsequent match.© AFP

Shaheen Shah Afridi’s kind has been a giant concern for Pakistan within the ongoing T20 World Cup. Shaheen, who had missed the Asia Cup final month attributable to a knee damage, was included in Pakistan’s squad for the T20 World Cup, regardless of present process rehab lately. Nonetheless, issues have not gone as deliberate for Pakistan as Shaheen has struggled to carry out in Pakistan’s first two video games, which they misplaced towards India and Zimbabwe, respectively.

With Pakistan needing nothing lower than a victory of their subsequent recreation, which will probably be towards the Netherlands, former captain Shahid Afridi has shared his views on whether or not Shaheen ought to be part of the enjoying XI on Sunday.

Afridi feels that whereas everybody desires Shaheen to regain full momentum, it’s as much as the captain and administration to determine whether or not a participant ought to play or not.

“I will not say a lot as there are nonetheless three video games left. It is as much as the captain to determined if he desires to play Shaheen or not. But when really feel, in case you have 5 bowlers, do not anticipate all of them to peform.  Similar is the case with the batters. So we wish Shaheen to get again into rhythm. I feel he bowled higher towards Zimbabwe than India. Our bowlers must warmed up earlier than the match. You’ll be able to’t go right into a match considering that I’ll choose up the tempo after bowling two-three balls. That is not the case as batters are prepared to focus on you,” Afridi said during a discussion on SamaaTV.


With two defeats from two outings, Pakistan sit fifth within the factors, forward of bottom-placed Netherlands.

Each groups will face off on Sunday in Perth.

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