Fans still affectionately recall Sachin Tendulkar crushing Shoaib Akhtar in the 2003 World Cup at the Supersport Park in Centurion. Additionally, it isn’t the main time when the ace blaster showed signs of improvement of the Rawalpindi Express on the field. Akhtar additionally had the last giggle a couple of times in general 28 face-offs against Sachin at the worldwide level.
In any case, previous Pakistan chief Shahid Afridi has asserted that Shoaib Akhtar scared the world’s best batsmen. Including the Indian maestro here and there with his red hot spells. Afridi has been in the news for his questionable remarks throughout the most recent couple of months and had contracted Coronavirus also. He as of late declared however he has been tried negative and appears to have recuperated from the ailment.
He went live with Pakistan’s games moderator Zainab Abbas on Monday. And talked for a long time about his relationship with India and a ton of different themes. When gotten some information about the duel between Shoaib Akhtar and Sachin Tendulkar. He asserted that the previous was on head of the Mumbai cricketer now and again. Shoaib himself had detected it while handling from covers or mid-off.
He also looked scared of Saeed Ajmal: Afridi said about Sachin
The 40-year-old additionally proceeded to state that Sachin looked terrified to him while confronting Saeed Ajmal during the 2011 World Cup. India confronted Pakistan in the semi-last in Mohali and the hosts figured out how to beat their most despised adversaries to make it to the last. Sachin Tendulkar had scored 80-odd runs in the game and was the most elevated run-getter of the innings for India.
Curiously, Ajmal had stuck him before the stumps just for the batsman to topple the choice through DRS.
Afridi included that during the World Cup, he additionally looked terrified of Saeed Ajmal. It was not a serious deal, players do feel the weight on occasion and it gets troublesome.