What did Afridi say about India?

What did Afridi say about India?

‘We were getting threats from India but still we went there’: Afridi says ‘educated nations’ should not follow India. Former captain Shahid Afridi has made a bold statement saying that just because one country is after Pakistan, other ‘educated nations’ should not make the same mistake.

Why is Afridi so popular?

Afridi is widely considered as one of the most popular and destructive cricketers. An all-rounder, Afridi bowled leg spin and was recognized for his aggressive batting. Afridi was also a world record holder, holding the record for the fastest ODI century, in 37 deliveries.

Is Afridi a legend?

Afridi played 27 Tests and scored 1,716 runs, which included five centuries, at an average of 36.51. He also represented his country in 99 Twenty20 Internationals and accumulated 1,416 runs at an average of 17.92 and 98 wickets at an average of 24.44. Aggressive and he’s a legend.

Is Afridi a Pathan?

The Afridi (Pashto: افریدی; also spelled Apridi) are a Pashtun tribe found in Pakistan and Afghanistan. They are largely concentrated in the Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, where they are predominantly found in Darra Adam Khel and Khyber District….Afridi.

Afghanistan ~10,000

What did Afridi Tweet?

Former Pakistani Captain Shahid Afridi praised Indian skipper Virat Kohli by retweeting a video from a practice session ofRoyal Challengers Bangalore. “Treat to watch – A great player always gives his 100% in practice!!” Afridi’s tweet read.

Are Shaheen and Shahid Afridi related?

Few months ago, former Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi had announced that his eldest daughter Aqsa Afridi will marry Pakistani pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi. “We Afridis have eight tribes, Shaheen and we belong to different tribes,” the former Pakistani skipper was quoted as saying by GeoTV.

What is the meaning of Afridi in Urdu?

Afridi name meaning in Urdu is “ایک قبیلے کا نام”. In English, Afridi name meaning is “The Name Of A Tribe”.

What happened to Afridi?

Considered an American hero by many who believe his actions were altruistic, Afridi is currently serving a 33-year sentence in a Pakistani jail, convicted of charges unrelated to his alleged CIA connections.