The top bowler Shaheen Afridi has the ability to become an all-rounder for Pakistan in the next 2023 ODI World Cup, which will be hosted in India later this year, according to former Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir. Shaheen Afridi has demonstrated tremendous batting prowess in the current Pakistan Super League (PSL). He achieved a half-century and occasionally moved up the batting order, with good results.
Shaheen Afridi can be all-rounder
M. Amir thinks that if Shaheen Afridi keeps improving his batting, he may play limited-overs cricket as an all-rounder similar to India’s Hardik Pandya. “Certainly, if he persists in doing this and is confident in his ability to raise his batting average. You get perfect with practise. I observed that he can hit long sixes and also scored fifty, “said he.
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M. Amir claimed that because to the quick-paced nature of contemporary cricket, adaptable batters are becoming more and more valued. He advises Pakistan to take use of Shaheen Afridi batting skills at the 2018 World Cup. He stated, “Cricket has gotten so quick that you have to make judgements in a matter of seconds.
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“Cricket textbooks are now obsolete. Also, batters today are so adaptable in their approach that you may deploy a variety of batters depending on the circumstance. Pakistan should take this into consideration “Finally, Amir said. The 22-year-current old’s ODI record includes 16 innings, 102 runs, a 17.1 average, and a 70 strike rate.
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