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Shahid Afridi: Misbah and Younis are the backbone of the team

Pakistan captain, Shahid Afridi, says that the team performed well, but they still need to improve their fielding in the coming games (00:00)

February 26, 2011

Posted by   on (February 27, 2011, 22:34 GMT)

PLZZ GAG AFRIDI, afridi was alwaz chirpy,but a captain needs to speak his teamates or show bad gestures only when necassary, umar gul, d only spearhead of pak bowling{y saeed ajmal another match winner is ignored yet} umar guls off days is cuz of afridi eating his brain out while bowling everybody knows if ur captain shouts curse u on ground when u do something wrong,how much it effects ur game afridi himself is a brainless bowler,as he finishis his over in less then 60 seconds,but d fast bowlers needs to think analysis d situation,which bowl to bowl next,motivate urself, but not a short lecture by afridi after every ball,even wasim akaram agrees with me

Posted by shobeekhan on (February 27, 2011, 22:28 GMT)

WEll nice to c that still afridi belives that they have lot of more to do to , hope in next matches shahid will also gt his form back in batting thumbs uu shahid u rock :)

Posted by   on (February 27, 2011, 17:59 GMT)

U ask him a question and he will answer something else. As a Pakistani I am proud of these heroes bcz he is much better than inzi and others.

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