Shaheen Afridi Bowls Tim Robinson In The Very First Over

Shaheen Afridi Bowls Tim Robinson In The Very First Over

Fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi bowled New Zealand’s debutant Tim Robinson, the video of which is going viral.

The first T20 match of the 5-match T20 series between PAK and NZ was played on 18 April in Rawalpindi. However, the first T20 International match was abandoned after just two balls due to heavy rain.

The toss was delayed by 30 minutes and New Zealand captain Michael Bracewell won the toss and elected to bat. But the match could not start for two and a half hours. After this, the umpires decided that the match would be reduced to 5 overs each.

After this the match started and Shaheen Shah Afridi came to bowl the first over. Fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi bowled the first ball to New Zealand debutant Tim Robinson which remained leg bye. After that, he bowled Robinson on the second ball. But as soon as Pakistan players started celebrating the wicket, the rain immediately returned and the match had to be abandoned.

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What Statement Did Babar Azam Give Regarding His Relationship With Shaheen Shah Afridi?

Shaheen was disappointed after being stripped of the captaincy last month. He had expressed his displeasure with a statement given on the website of Pakistan Cricket Board. This incident created rumors of sourness in the relationship between Babar and Shaheen. In such a situation, during his first press conference after taking over the captaincy of Pakistan for the second time, Babar first talked about his relationship with him and Shaheen.

“I want to make it clear that Shaheen Afridi and my friendship is not recent, it is very old. We support each other in every situation. Our aim is to put Pakistan in the first place, and how to make Pakistan proud and “We don’t think about how to move ourselves forward and Mercifully that kind of thinking doesn’t exist in my team.”

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