Wed. Jul 28th, 2021
No chances of India-Pakistan bilateral series with Modi government in power: Shahid Afridi

Former Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi believes there was ‘no chance’ of cricketing ties concerning India and Pakistan as prolonged as Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in electrical power.

Shahid Afridi opened up on IPL, India-Pakistan series. (Getty Photographs)


  • No this kind of possibilities of resuming cricket relations, of Indo-Pak series: Afridi
  • I think that my total working experience of India has been superb: Afridi
  • I know that IPL is a incredibly huge brand in the globe of cricket: Shahid Afridi

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi feels that bilateral cricket series concerning India and Pakistan will not be attainable until finally Narendra Modi’s government is in electrical power.

“The government of Pakistan is usually prepared but with the current regime [in India] there are no this kind of possibilities of [resuming] cricket relations, of [Pakistan-India] series. With Modi in electrical power, I will not see it can be going to occur,” Shahid Afridi was quoted as saying by Arab Information.

Shahid Afridi also believes that the Pakistani cricketers are missing a huge chance by not enjoying the Indian Premier League (IPL) as the funds-wealthy T20 league is a incredibly huge brand in the globe of cricket.

“I know that IPL is a incredibly huge brand in the globe of cricket and it is an superb chance for, no matter if it can be Babar Azam or quite a few other Pakistani gamers to go there [to India] and perform beneath stress and share dressing rooms. So in my viewpoint Pakistani gamers are missing a huge chance,” Afridi extra.

“No doubt, the way I have appreciated cricket in India I have usually appreciated the like and respect that I have gotten from the men and women of India. And now when I communicate on social media, I get quite a few messages from India and I reply to quite a few men and women. I think that my total working experience of India has been superb,” Shahid Afridi mentioned when he was asked if he was far more loved in India than in Pakistan.

Immediately after a prolonged, prolonged wait, the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2020 received underway in the UAE on September 19 and we have reached the finish of the initial week of the tournament with the completion of seven single-headers. The opening week has unquestionably lived up to the hype, providing a Super Above, a record hundred, a 6-fest and some setbacks for huge names.

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