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There are juniors, and you are using foul language.’ – Shahid Afridi on Mohammad Amir

There are juniors, and you are using foul language.' - Shahid Afridi on Mohammad Amir

Former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi disclosed that he criticised Mohammad Amir of the Karachi Kings during a Pakistan Premier League (PSL) match. Tuesday, February 14: The former Pakistan captain was displeased with the pacer’s conduct during the match against Peshawar Zalmi. Amir and Babar Azam faced off against one another in an intriguing matchup. Then, Amir was seen frustratedly throwing the ball at Babar, which enraged Afridi.

Amir, on the other hand, stated that he enjoys these types of matchups because they keep him focused on the game. He also stated that his primary responsibility is to take wickets, regardless of the batter’s abilities.

“These types of rivalries and matchups keep players on their toes. I enjoy these kind of obstacles because they keep me motivated. My objective is to take wickets and help my team win matches, therefore facing Babar or a tailender batting at number 10 will be the same for me “Amir revealed ARY news,

“When a player fails to perform, or even when he does, I send him a message to call me. Likewise, I sent Amir a message yesterday. I addressed him with respect, but also reprimanded him. I asked Amir, “What do you desire?” You have garnered so much respect that you endured a stain on your reputation before returning. You obtained a new life, in a sense. What are you even attempting?” Afridi stated.

Afridi criticised the 30-year-old bowler during an interview with Samaa TV, claiming he texted him about his unsportsmanlike conduct.

“Ye koi tareeka hai? (Is this how one should play?) In the presence of juniors, you are using foul language. There are disappointed fans who have observed this. Even we have used similar language, and occasionally the camera has caught us. Families and children are watching you on television. Aggression is acceptable, but keep it in check,” he warned.

The former all-rounder further revealed that he told Amir that he may play with Babar if he plays for Pakistan again. In 2020, the sprinter notably retired from international cricket. Peshawar Zalmi, headed by Babar, defeated Karachi Kings by two runs at the National Stadium in Karachi.


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