Pakistan star cricketer Shahid Afridi has turned out on the side of veteran all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez over his position of setting a model out of degenerate cricketers.
Hafeez had as of late scrutinized the conceivable return of corrupted cricket Sharjeel Khan into the national side. The all-rounder contended that whether a player’s degenerate past ought to be disregarded on the off chance that he has a tolerable range of abilities.
While addressing a neighborhood news channel, Afridi stressed the requirement for harsher disciplines for polluted cricketers, so as to dishearten different players from enjoying illicit cricket rehearses.
“I feel models ought to have been set previously yet this didn’t occur and that is the reason we have seen such cases all the time,” Afridi said. “I don’t have anything against anybody yet even now if the Board needs to set a model it can do that. At exactly that point would we be able to want to diminish such cases.”
Prior this month, hard-hitting batsman Umar Akmal was likewise given a notification of charge for abusing the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB’s) hostile to debasement code 2.4.4 twice. Akmal had neglected to report suspicious associations to the PCB in a convenient way.
Afridi communicated his mistake over the 29-year-old’s steady brushes with discussion and prompted the PCB to accomplish more as far as instructing and prepping youthful players.