Shahid Afridi irritated by IPL success, provoked outrage on Twitter


IPL 2021 is going to happen. Its first match will be played on 9 April. The legendary cricketers from all over the world are in India right now. But Shahid Afridi, the former captain of the Pakistan cricket team, does not like all this. Shahid Afridi has now taken out his anger on Twitter. One reason for this could also be that Pakistan cricketers are completely banned in the IPL. At the same time, players of the rest of the world shine their light in it. Shahid Afridi has done this tweet after the recently concluded three one-day series between South Africa and Pakistan.

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In fact, the last match of the series of three one-day matches between South Africa and Pakistan took place on April 7. Pakistan won this match and also won the series 2–1. After the match, former captain Shahid Afridi tweeted and congratulated the Pakistani team. Shahid Afridi wrote that congratulations to the Pakistani team for the victory. Babar Azam again performed a brilliant game. It was also nice to see Fakhar Zaman’s innings. After this, Shahid Afridi took another tweet. It wrote that Cricket South Africa gave permission for their players to go for the IPL in the middle of the series. This is surprising. He further wrote that when a T20 tournament starts to dominate international cricket, it feels bad. Need to think about it again.

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In fact, South Africa had given permission to their players playing in the IPL to reach India for the IPL even before the series ends. That is why Shahid Afridi was having problems. Whereas this is completely the case of South Africa. Also, Shahid Afridi should not forget that it was due to the absence of big players that the Pakistani team managed to win this series. All the players of IPL have come to India, after completing their Qwartine time, all these players will be ready to play with their team.

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