LONDON (Web Desk) – Pakistan Cricket team’s former skipper and All-Rounder Shahid Khan Afridi again seems to be in a rebellious mode and has apologetically stated that there is no talent in Pakistan when it comes to meeting the demands of cricket being played these days.
The former skipper in a conversation with BBC Urdu said that nothing can go straight for Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) but if he would utter something then he’ll get notice of mis-conduct very next morning. He urged the need for improving the system of the cricketing board.
Moreover, the flamboyant Cricketer audaciously declared himself to be the best among the present cricket team.
While showing support for Mohammad Amir, Afridi said that British people have been using this trick and strategy to pressurize those players who have extraordinary talent in them. He took to twitter as well to put his weight behind Muhammad Amir.
British media is putting undue pressure on Amir. But I know he's mentally v strong, I'm backing him & IA he'll do wel for Pak. Stay strong!
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) July 12, 2016
Lastly, Afridi said that he wants to get retire with honour and dignity.