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Shaheen’s ‘Flying Kiss’ also came under criticism

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Shaheen's 'Flying Kiss' also came under criticism
Shaheen's 'Flying Kiss' also came under criticism

Shaheen Shah Afridi’s ‘Flying Kiss’ has also come under criticism. Former fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar says that after just one wicket, it does not make sense to celebrate like this. There is no need to make excuses, give 3 more years to the current management and PCB so that our team can reach the end.

According to CricKhiladi, Pakistan’s Shaheen Shah Afridi took only one wicket in the second ODI against England but his style of celebrating has come under criticism. Former speed star Shoaib Akhtar has been particularly critical of the pacer’s flying kiss. What’s the point, he said that Shaheen Afridi doesn’t take as many wickets as the air kisses, he should take at least 5 wickets to hug and kiss like this, just happy to get one wicket in this way. What is the justification for celebrating?

It may be recalled that the second-tier team of England had also beaten Pakistan by 52 runs. In a match limited to 47 overs, the Green Shirts could not achieve the target of 248 runs. Shoaib Akhtar says that the team was not in harmony with each other. There is no need to make excuses. The England team was formed only two and a half days before the match but they got along with each other. Despite being together for 30 days, you could not get along.

You even lost to the England academy team. Shoaib Akhtar further said that I am clearly saying that if we give 3 more years to the current management and PCB then our team will reach the bottom, this team has no understanding of the game. Nor does he know how to fight. If this team had been in 1996, representing the country, wouldn’t anyone have made him a ‘ball picker’? There is not a single player on the current side who has inspired a child to become a cricketer.

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