Shaheen Afridi’s love for future father-in-law, deleted tweet praising Babar Azam


Babar Azam & Co were defeated 3-0 by England in Pakistan itself.
Pakistan cricket was in turmoil after the defeat against England.

new Delhi. Babar Azam has been on target since Pakistan’s Test series defeat against England at home. Playing in home conditions, Pakistan was expected to dominate England, but the opposite happened. The visiting team won the three-match Test series 3-0 in a very impressive manner. England defeated the team led by Babar Azam on every front. After the series defeat, Shaheen Afridi gave his support to Babar Azam amid criticism and tweeted for him, but the pacer deleted his tweet as soon as his future father-in-law Shahid Afridi became the chief selector.

Shaheen Afridi tweeted while supporting Babar Azam, “Babar Azam is our pride, life and identity of Pakistan. He is our captain and will be. Don’t even think about anything else. Please support this team. This team will also win us. The story is not over yet.

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Shaheen Afridi surprisingly deleted the tweet just a day after the appointment of his future father-in-law Shahid Afridi as the chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team. Babar is leading Pakistan in the home series against New Zealand. In such a situation, the move to remove Shaheen’s tweet has surprised many people.

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Babar Azam was made the Test captain of Pakistan in November 2020. Under his leadership, Pakistan has got 8 wins and 6 losses. The defeat in the home series against England has hurt them the most. The clean sweep against the Ben Stokes-led side also dented Pakistan’s chances of making it to the final of the World Test Championship and they are now out of contention.

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Talking about the upcoming matches, Pakistan will host New Zealand in two Test matches. The first match of the series will be played in Karachi from 26 to 30 December. The second Test match of the series will be played on this ground from 2 to 6 January. Both the teams will also play 3 ODIs in this phase of the series. The Black Caps will return to Pakistan for 5 ODIs and as many T20 matches in April-May.

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