What did Afridi say on the partnership of Babar-Rizwan: Selfish told both; Said- could have won in 15 overs, took it till the last over

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The third T20 match between Pakistan and England will be played in Karachi today.

Pakistan’s fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has given a controversial statement on the partnership of captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan. The 22-year-old bowler has called Babar and Rizwan selfish batsmen. Not only this, Afridi has accused both the openers of deliberately slow batting.

The young bowler wrote in a social post on Thursday night- ‘I think it’s time to get rid of captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan. Both are such selfish players. If played properly, the match would have ended in 15 overs. But, he took it till the last over. So let’s start this one movement. Isn’t it’

However, Shaheen did this post in a witty tone. He disclosed this in the last line. In the last line of the post, Shaheen wrote – ‘Proud of this wonderful Pakistani team.’ Various comments from social media fans started pouring in on the post.

Babar-Rizwan’s record partnership
The opening pair of Pakistani captain Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan have made a record partnership. Together they have scored 203 runs in 117 balls for the first wicket. This is the biggest partnership while chasing scores in T20 Internationals. Both of them have broken their own records. Which he made against South Africa last year.

Pakistan won the match by 10 wickets
Pakistan won this match by 10 wickets. They have achieved a 1-1 draw in the series of 7 T20 matches. England had scored 199/5 runs. Moeen Ali top scored with 55 not out. In reply, Pakistan won by scoring 203 runs in 19.3 overs. For Pakistan, captain Babar Azam scored 110 and Mohammad Rizwan scored 88 runs.

Fast bowler not part of the team
Left arm fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi is not a part of the team yet. He got injured during the test match against Sri Lanka. Due to this knee injury, he had to stay away from the Asia Cup. His team lost the final match.

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