‘Har din Sunday nahi hota’: Afridi takes dig at India on Buttler-Hales heroics | Cricket

Pakistan have up to now skilled a dramatic marketing campaign at the T20 World Cup and Babar Azam and Co. now stand only one win away from the coveted silverware. If they do win, it will likely be their second World T20 title. However, standing in entrance are Jos Buttler’s England, who’re equally good on the paper.

While Pakistan boast of a deadly bowling line-up, England showcased their batting talents, dismantling India by 10 wickets within the semifinal. The pair of Jos Buttler and Alex Hales made a mockery of the 169-run goal as they chased it down with 4 overs to spare. Both the batters chipped in with blazing 80-plus scores, and Pakistan could possibly be fearful a few related present within the finale in Melbourne on Sunday.

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However, former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi dominated out the potential of Buttler and Hales doing the identical towards Shaheen Afridi and his friends. Afridi’s feedback got here shortly after England’s conquer India within the semifinal, when he was requested if the pair will repeat the heroics towards Pakistan within the closing.

“Har din Sunday nahi hota. Fikar na karo, Inshallah. Humare batsmen, bowler bahut acchi kind mein hain. (Everyday is just not Sunday. By god’s grace our batsmen and bowlers are in nice kind)” stated Afridi throughout an interplay on Samaa TV.

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If we glance at the stats, Hales is England’s main run-scorer and has accrued 211 runs from 5 matches at a strike-rate of 148.59. Buttler, on the opposite hand, began off sluggish however has now hit the best be aware, mustering 199 runs from the identical variety of matches.

Shadab Khan has been Pakistan’s X-factor each with the ball and the bat. He and Shaheen Shah Afridi have been Pakistan’s main wicket-takers, with each scalping 10 wickets from six encounters.


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