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Shahid Afridi gave a controversial statement regarding IPL

Former Pakistani Cricketer Shahid Afridi gave a controversial statement regarding the Indian Premier League (IPL)

Shahid Afridi is often in the limelight due to his controversial statements. Shahid Afridi has accused international cricket of being affected by the Indian Premier League.

Afridi is surprised by how Cricket South Africa allowed their players to go to India from the middle of the series against Pakistan.

The third match of the three-match ODI series was played between Pakistan and South Africa. The third match did not including players like De Kock, Miller, Rabada, and Nortje who are scheduled to participate in the 14th season of the Indian Premier League.

After playing the first two ODIs, all these players left for India so that they would be available for selection from 9 April.

Taking advantage of the weakness of the African team in the third ODI, Pakistan has managed to win the match by 28 runs and won the series by 2-1.

Afridi tweets after Pakistan’s victory. In the first tweet, Afridi said, “Congratulation Pakistan’s team for victory.” Babar once again performed his best class. It was great to see Fakhar’s innings. ”

Shahid Afridi gave a controversial statement regarding IPL

Pakistani players cannot be part of IPL

Afridi took the target of IPL and Cricket South Africa through another tweet. The former captain said, “Cricket South Africa has allowed players to go for the IPL in the middle of the series, it is very surprising to see this. It feels bad when a T20 league starts to dominate international cricket. There is a need to think again about this.

The IPL is the highest cricket league in the world. But due to the dispute between India and Pakistan, Pakistani players are not allowed to be a part of this league. Many former Pakistani cricketers have advocated the participation of Pakistani players in the IPL.

Sudev Haldar

Sudev Haldar is a sports blogger, who has an experience of more than 3 years in this field.

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