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I am not happy with Shaheen former captain Shahid Afridi slams Pakistan pacer after defeat to Australia – Latest Cricket News – T20 World Cup: Shahid Afridi not unhappy with his future son-in-law Shaheen’s performance, said

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi is not happy with the performance of his future son-in-law and fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi after the team’s defeat in the second semi-final of the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 against Australia. Australian wicket-keeper batsman Matthew Wade smashed Pakistan for three consecutive sixes in the last three balls of the 19th over after he was caught in the match played at the Dubai International Stadium on Thursday. Wade played a match-winning innings of 41 not out in 17 balls with the help of two fours and four sixes.

Shahid Afridi told ‘Sama TV Channel’, ‘I am not happy with Shaheen’s performance. Hasan Ali dropped the catch, it does not mean that you give three consecutive sixes. Shaheen has good pace and should have used it wisely. Even if the catch is missed. He should have used his brain and used his pace to bowl twelve yorkers off the off-stump. He is not the kind of bowler against whom such runs can be scored.

Shaheen Afridi gave the team a great start in the very first over of Australia’s innings by dismissing captain Aaron Finch lbw in the second ball. But he conceded 22 runs in the last over. It also included three consecutive sixes. He took one wicket for 35 runs in four overs. Shaheen took three wickets in the first match against India while bowling lethally.


Significantly, Shaheen Shah Afridi is about to become the son-in-law of former captain Shahid Afridi. Shahid Afridi’s elder daughter Aqsa Afridi got engaged to fast bowler Shaheen Afridi in May this year. Both are going to tie the knot soon. On the initiative of Shaheen Afridi’s family, Shahid Afridi had said yes to this relationship. Shahid Afridi had said in an interview with Geo TV that Shaheen had no relation with Aksa, but Shaheen’s family members had proposed this relationship.

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