Shaheen Afridi said on the question of factionalism in PAKJ team, our players…

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Karachi. Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has clearly denied any kind of dissatisfaction or rift in the team on the issue of captaincy. Babar Azam has once again been made the captain of the Pakistan national team by replacing Shaheen Afridi. Shaheen Afridi had led the team in only one series before being removed from the captaincy post. On Friday, Shaheen Afridi was talking on the podcast of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and he said that without unity it is impossible to win in any major tournament.

Shaheen Afridi, however, said that there are small differences in every team but they should not be taken seriously. Shaheen Afridi said, 'Sometimes there are small differences in every family, even between brothers. But there is nothing like that in our team. Our players listen to each other and we listen to them. Our job is to play cricket and bring happiness to our country.

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'Our goal is to play together'
According to Shaheen Afridi, 'Our aim is to play unitedly. This is not the time for differences or disputes. This is the time when everyone should be keeping an eye on the same goal. Pakistan will start its T20 World Cup campaign against America on June 6. Pakistan played T20 series under the captaincy of Shaheen Afridi. Pakistan had to face defeat in the T20 series against New Zealand. After this the PCB removed Shaheen Afridi from the captaincy.

Shaheen Afridi is in great form
Shaheen Afridi is in great form before the T20 World Cup. Recently, he bowled well in the 3-match T20 series held on the Ireland tour. He was chosen player of the match in the third match in which he took 3 wickets. There are a lot of expectations from this young bowler of Pakistan in the upcoming T20 World Cup. Shaheen Afridi is the son-in-law of former captain Shahid Afridi.

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