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Comments: 14 
Posted by Tronyai on (April 4, 2013, 21:46 GMT)

afridi is only selected because of what he has done in the past. his pakistan career is now over

Posted by priceless1 on (April 4, 2013, 14:51 GMT)

Afridi is the most overrated player in Pakistan

Posted by kumarcoolbuddy on (April 3, 2013, 13:32 GMT)

@ Nigah, probably Afridi is an alrounder good hitter (ofcourse with no batting technique at all) but comparing him with Bradman is beyond imagination.

Posted by   on (April 3, 2013, 2:46 GMT)

Absolutely hilarious.With regards to some one who questioned his brains about the ball chewing incident, with so many live cameras around, He was involved in the pitch tampering incident,when the viewers and tv crew(except for one camera) are busy with a blast outside the stadium. Exciting batsman but when it comes to these tantrums, he sure is irreplacable

Posted by   on (April 2, 2013, 7:54 GMT)

hahahahah Gud one Satish Love it :D

Posted by Nigah on (April 2, 2013, 0:51 GMT)

Bradman start his career with zero and ends with zero as well but its records which declared him best batsman, don't forget to check Afridi's records as well which almost unbreakable.

Posted by fariha_loves-afridi on (April 1, 2013, 20:10 GMT)

Haters gonna hate.but CRICKET IS NOT CRICKET WITHOUT SHAHID AFRIDI

Posted by fr600 on (April 1, 2013, 19:04 GMT)

Even though he's inconsistent nowadays, it's a lot of fun to watch him play when he does. I think he could have still done well in test cricket and if he was active in the longer version, the question to replace him wouldn't even arise for another year or two.

Posted by Surajdon9 on (April 1, 2013, 17:40 GMT)

No one can replace this man.Even Bradman can replace But nobady will replace Boom Boom.....

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