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Pakistan eves should take inspiration from men's team: Afridi

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi on Thursday advised the country's women's cricket team taking part in the ICC Women's World Cup in England, to emulate their male counterparts -- the newly-crowned Champions Trophy winners."My advice to the team would be ... Prokerala, 19 hours ago
Afridi's brutal take on Pak cricket MSN India, 2 weeks ago

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Pakistan cricket back on track with Champions Trophy win: Afridi

Extremely jubilant with Pakistan's emphatic Champions Trophy title-win, former T20 skipper Shahid Afridi believes that the country's cricket is now back on track and hoped that team reach some incredible highs in the years to come.The Sarfraz Ahmed-led side ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Shahid-Afridi-on-Champions-Trophy-win @ 6/19/2017 2:13:33 PM  DNA4 days ago Shahid Afridi: Pakistan cricket back on track with Champions Trophy win  catchnews.com3 days ago ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Joe Root's early wicket can cause jitters in English camp, says Shahid Afridi  Zee News1 week ago

Pakistan a serious contender for 2019 World Cup, feels Afridi

After Pakistan clinched their maiden ICC Champions Trophy crown, former skipper Shahid Afridi on Monday rated his side as one of the serious contenders for the 50-over World Cup title, to be played in England and Wales in 2019.
 Business Standard4 days ago Pak will be among top-3 contenders at 2019 World Cup: Afridi  DNA4 days ago

Afridi requests India to soften stance on bilateral cricket

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has pleaded with the Indian government to "soften" its stance on resumption of bilateral cricket ties between the two countries as he feels it can reduce tensions. "I really hope that we see resumption of bilateral ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Shahid Afridi requests India to soften stance on bilateral cricket  catchnews.com4 days ago

India vs Pakistan: Shahid Afridi urges Indian government to soften stance, resume bilateral series

Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi on Saturday urged the Indian government to "soften their stance" and resume bilateral cricket series with the neighbouring country. The post India vs Pakistan: Shahid Afridi urges Indian government to soften stance, ...
 First Post.com5 days ago Afridi urges Indian government to 'soften stance' on bilateral series  Daiji World6 days ago
Business Standard

Pakistan need to maintain positive attitude: Afridi

Former al-rounder Shahid Afridi has asserted that Pakistan need to maintain a positive attitude in order to defeat Sri Lanka in a must win Group B game and reach the semi-finals of the ongoing Champions Trophy cricket tournament.
 Business Standard1 week ago Pakistan need aggressive individuals like Sarfraz Ahmed to move forward, says Afridi  DNA2 months ago

Don't write off unpredictable Pakistan, warns Afridi

IMAGE: Hassan Ali celebrates. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images Pakistan trumped South Africa on Thursday to prove they remain arguably the most unpredictable team in international cricket and former all-rounder Shahid Afridi said it would be a mistake to write them off in the ongoing Champions Trophy. Four days after being steamrolled by arch-rivals India, Sarfraz Khan and his team mates upset South Africa in the rain-hit match to revive their Group B campaign in Birmingham.
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago CORRECTED-Cricket-Unpredictable Pakistan can't be written off, says Afridi  Reuters2 weeks ago Unpredictable Pakistan can't be written off, says Afridi  Reuters2 weeks ago
Asia Net India

Gap between India, Pakistan teams bigger than ever, says Shahid Afridi

Shahid Afridi advices Pakistani side after its dismal performance in the match against India
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Champions Trophy 2017: India Will Beat Pakistan, Says Shahid Afridi  Asia Net India2 weeks ago Well-balanced India has edge over Pakistan: Afridi on Champions Trophy tie  Business Standard2 weeks ago Champions Trophy 2017: 'Well  First Post.com2 weeks ago
Daily Bhaskar

Shahid Afridi Considers This Indian Cricketer To Be The Least ‘Friendly’ And Would Never Be Seen In A Coffee Shop With Him

Over the years, cricket has moved from being a mere sport to a religion in a country like India. And while cric buffs follow the game passionately, several others make it a point to never miss a match between the two arch rivals; India and Pakistan. While ...
 Daily Bhaskar1 month ago Afridi all praise for Virat  MSN India1 month ago Gautam Gambhir Not the Friendliest Indian Cricketer: Afridi  Asia Net India1 month ago Shahid Afridi reopens old wounds, says Gautam Gambhir can’t get over their on-field feud  Zee News1 month ago
India Glitz

Shahid Afridi thanks Virat Kohli calling him Superstar

master blaster from Pakistan, announced his retirement from all formats of cricket in February this year. The Indian Team has sent a parting gift of an autographed Virat Kohli jersey to Shahid Afridi and here is his thanks to the Indian team and Virat’s ...
 India Glitz1 month ago Afridi, Virat's emotional chat  MSN India2 months ago Afridi thanks Kohli & Co. for 'wonderful' farewell gift  Sify2 months ago Seperated by borders, united by cricket: Afridi thanks Virat Kohli for his 'wonderful' farewell present  DNA2 months ago
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