Pakistani player Shaheen Afridi uncovered his preferred bowlers while talking during a live Twitter meeting led by the Pakistan Super League (PSL) establishment Lahore Qalandars.
The 20-year-old named the Pakistani incredible pacemaker Wasim Akram and Australia’s left pacemaker Mitchell Starc as the firmly watched bowlers.
“I attempt to take in some beneficial things from Wasim Akram and Mitchell Starc, and specifically I need to figure out how Starc influences,” Shaheen said.
He was likewise baffled that he was unable to fire Babar Azam from the Karachi Kings, even once, during the now suspended fifth release of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
“In spite of terminating numerous significant players at PSL, I was unable to get Babar. He didn’t give me a possibility, yet it’s one of my desires to take his wicket,” he said.
Shaheen additionally said thanks to his partners for supporting him during the period he was harmed.
“I despite everything played for them in spite of the injury and they bolstered me a great deal. I took in a ton from remote players like Chris Lynn, Ben Dunk and Samit Patel,” he finished up.