Dennis Freedman's tweet about Shahid Afridi's six in KPL leaves internet in fits

03:25 PM | 2 Aug, 2021
Dennis Freedman's tweet about Shahid Afridi's six in KPL leaves internet in fits
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MUZAFFARABAD – The Australian sports journalist, who loves trolling Indian cricket fans, recently shared a tweet about the Kashmir Premier League which leaves the internet in fits.

Taking a jibe at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), who once again breached the international norms and the spirit of the gentleman’s game, he mentioned that ‘the greatest thing about KPL will be the massive six of former Pakistan captain and star player Shahid Afridi that sailed in Indian occupied Kashmir’.

https://twitter.com/DennisCricket_/status/1421954798878826497

Freedman [who changes his name on Twitter at times] this time changed his name as Dennis KPL ahead of the Kashmir Premier League.

Following his witty tweet, Pakistani cricket fans flocked to Twitter and started sharing hilarious tweets trolling Indian authorities for opposing the KPL besides intimidating foreign players not to participate in the cricket league.

Some users mentioned anecdotes of Indian authorities including locking up Pakistani pigeons besides capturing Pakistani flag balloons. Other users termed the massive six a surgical strike in occupied Kashmir.

Check some of the reactions here:

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Earlier, the Indian officials threatened international players from participating in the KPL, saying that future opportunities concerning cricket will be closed for them in India if they play in the Kashmir Premier League. Meanwhile, the KPL management has issued the schedule for the tournament starting August 6.

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