Mohammed Amir came to the rescue of Shaheen Afridi, targeting the Danish Kaneria

Former Pakistan bowler Mohammad Amir has come out in support of fast bowler Shaheen Afridi. In tweeting, Amir is also targeting Danish Kaneria, who was raining heavily on Afridi. Significantly, Pakistan suffered a 0-3 defeat in the ODI series at the hands of New England. Afridi’s performance in the series was quite disappointing, after which Kaneria dug him.

Mohammad Amir defended Afridi on his Twitter handle saying, “In my opinion, Shaheen Afridi is one of the best bowlers and at this time he is the most powerful bowler in Pakistan. Shaheen put your head up. Do not take the words of the people with little attention from your heart. Aamir has targeted Danish Kaneria in his tweet. In fact, after defeating Pakistan in the third ODI, Kaneria was angry with Afridi. He had said, ‘Shaheen Shah Afridi considers himself a great fast bowler but that is not so. You are embarrassed by the way Vince, Gregory and Salt scored against you. First you have to change your attitude. It’s not a long time since you came to the Pakistan team and you’re already a star. First perform and then become a star.

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Pakistani captain Babar Azam set a world record of 14 centuries in a short innings. He has overtaken South African batsman Hashim Amla on this occasion. Australian opener David Warner is the third man to score 14 ODI centuries in a short innings. If we take note of Shaheen Shah’s performance, he has proved to be the most expensive bowler in the team. Shaheen spent 78 runs in his 10 overs and could not take a wicket. After the ODI series, there will now be a three-match T20 series between the two teams.

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