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Modi hinders Pakistan-India cricket links: Shahid Afridi

 

 
  Lahore: Shahid Afridi has said that Narendra Modi is an obstacle to restoring cricket links with Pakistan.
  Afridi proposes to increase the number of teams and make matches in other cities as well, according to All-Rounder as long as Narendra Modi is the Prime Minister of India, a series of traditional rival teams is not possible. In an exclusive interview to Pakistan Cricket’s largest website, www.cricketpakistan.com.pk, Shahid Afridi said that credit goes to PCB for full refund in PSL Pakistan.
  Afridi said this would make the league stronger and more credible, which is great for match players in four cities, he said, adding that the number of teams in the PSL should expand to more cities.
  On the question of his fitness and performance, Shahid Afridi said, “I am happy to be part of the Multan Sultanz. People are not giving much importance to this team, but the talented players we have can beat any team.”
  My fitness and form have improved a lot as well, it seems that everyone from the first match against the Lahore Lions will try to meet the expectations of the fans in the next matches.
  On a question, the all-rounder said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is obstructing the restoration of cricket relations with Pakistan, as long as he is the president, there will be no bilateral series between the two countries. What is so negative is the relationship between the two countries as a human being deteriorates.
 

 

Basit Hussain

Basit is an avid sports lover. He is a cricket fan from 6 years of age and has been covering sports news from the past 4 years and have worked with some of the most reputable journalistic organizations of Pakistan. Basit is a Babar Azam fan and he thinks he's positive coverage across different media organizations land Babar job as the captain of the national side. Opinions expressed by Basit are completely his own. Get in touch with him at [email protected]

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