Shahid Afridi Asks Fans to Support Pakistan Team in ‘Tough Times’:
Former Pakistani Captain, Shahid Afridi feels that the fans should support Pakistan Cricket Team in their hard times. Shahid Afridi said this after the Pakistan Cricket Team was whitewashed 3-0 against England in the ODI series. He said that in terms of quality and ability, the current squad members of Pakistan Cricket Team are the best that Pakistan has. “These players have been continuously performing in recent years, and some of them have been doing so for quite some time. These are our greatest players, and we must make the most of their abilities“, Afridi further added.
Afridi also said that it is the responsibility of the fans to keep the players motivated and hungry for success. He himself said that it is necessary for us to support the side during their rough patch. Shahid Afridi also asked the Pakistani Team to play aggressive cricket. “Cricket, in my opinion, has evolved significantly in recent years. Attack is now the greatest defence, and there is no other way to succeed except to play aggressively, especially in white-ball games“, He stated.
Speaking on Pakistan’s World T20 Chances this year, Shahid Afridi Stated that , “In the UAE, spinners and batters will play an important role. We have the ability to be the greatest once the ball starts to reverse; if we play to our strengths, we have a strong chance of winning the tournament.”
The veteran all rounder asked the players to find a middle way. He stated that, “Our players either attack well or defend well. They have to find a middle way.” Shahid concluded that he is committed to fitness and cricket, and that he will continue to play franchise and club cricket as long as he enjoys the game and stays healthy, as his late father desired.
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