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There’s no cure for misconception – Aakash Chopra on Shahid Afridi’s bold statement

July 7, 2020

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Shahid Afridi, the previous Pakistan cricketer, as of late offered some strong expressions. Saying that the Indian group used to approach his group for ‘pardoning’ subsequent to losing a match. The veteran expressed that the Pakistan group had whipped India. He also included his happiness in playing cricket against them. In the meantime, these words didn’t go down well with the ex-Indian batsman, Aakash Chopra.

Chopra conceded about Pakistan to his audience that the team had a solid unit once. It had great cricketers like Shoaib Akhtar, Waqar Younis, Wasim Akram, Saeed Anwar and many other talented cricketers. In any case, he also said that cricket has changed a lot since the time Afridi is playing cricket for his nation.

Chopra said Pakistan team was good earlier

According to Chopra, the Pakistan group used to be acceptable at a certain point. Today is as yet an alright group. Be that as it may, in the past the equalization was towards the neighboring country when India played against Pakistan at Sharjah.

He also stated that the quality of the Pakistan cricket team was the sheer ability, from Imran Khan to Wasim Akram to Waqar Younis. These cricketers did truly well due to the outcome of the talent. They had beaten India during many games and that’s true. When Afridi’s tenure came and he was playing to the time he resigned, plenty of things had transformed.

Citing “some of the best minds in the world”, Chopra proceeded to state that there’s a solution for snake-chomps. Yet there’s no solution for misguided judgments. The resigned cricketer included that during Afridi’s time, the situation was adjusted, and from that point on it named towards India’s kindness.

Because of the cross-outskirt pressures, India and Pakistan haven’t played a two-sided arrangement since 2013. The Asian mammoths at present play just in ICC competitions and in the Asia Cup.

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