Greenshirts in full rhythm to beat India: Shahid Afridi
September 4, 2022 02:52 PM
Cricket great Shahid Afridi said that Men in Green can beat arch-rivals this time as Pakistan and India gear up for the crucial clash of the Super Four stage.
Speaking to journalists, Afridi said Pakistan has gained rythm after beating Hong Kong one-sidedly.
Afridi thinks Shaheen Shah Afridi's injury gave bench strength a chance to prove themselves before the mega T20 World Cup this year. "I don't think Shaheen's injury hurt Pakistan a lot. I think it gave them a chance to try bench strength before T20 World Cup," he said.
Shaheen got ruled out of T20 Asia Cup 2022 due to a knee injury. He was advised four to six weeks of rest by PCB's medical team. Currently, he is in London for his knee treatment.
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi was the latest to list. The former all-rounder who still holds the record for most sixes in ODI cricket said he had tuned in to watch Virat Kohli but was taken aback by the breathtaking display of strokeplay by Suryakumar Yadav.