- Shahid Afridi says he’s stunned to see that Cricket South Africa allowed its gamers to go away for Indian Premier League.
- He additionally requires some rethinking when it comes to setting priorities associated to worldwide cricket and nation leagues.
- Pakistan is at present enjoying collection in South Africa.
KARACHI: Former Pakistani captain Shahid Afridi on Thursday stated that he was stunned to see that Cricket South Africa (CSA) allowed its gamers to go away for the Indian Premier League (IPL) in the course of a world collection.
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“Surprising to see @OfficialCSA allowing players to travel for IPL in the middle of a series. It is sad to see T20 leagues influencing international cricket,” the previous batsman wrote on Twitter.
He additionally known as for some rethinking when it comes to setting priorities associated to worldwide cricket and nation leagues.
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Pakistan is at present enjoying collection towards South Africa. On the South Africa tour, Shaheens performed three ICC Males’s Cricket World Cup Tremendous League matches from April 2-7.
They’re scheduled to play 4 T20Is from 10-16 April in Centurion and Johannesburg.
Based on particulars, Quinton de Kock, David Miller, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi and Anrich Nortje have left their nationwide crew mid-way to affix their respective franchises for IPL 2021.