LAHORE – Former Pakistani Twenty-20 captain Shahid Afridi advised Pakistan to learn from their mistakes after suffering a 330-run defeat against England in the second Test of a four-match series at Old Trafford.
The former skipper, who faced much criticism for a statement in which he said the Pakistani side had no talent before the Lord’s test, took to micro-blogging site to express his views after the second test.
No doubt England played exceptionally.We need to persevere,work hard&learn from some mistakes to bounce back.Have every faith in our team
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) July 25, 2016
Earlier England brushed aside Pakistan by a massive 330 runs after the Green Shirts’ stumbling batting line-up failed to brave the challenges put forth by English bowlers during the second innings.
England lost the first Test match of the four-match Test series at Lord’s but managed to level the four match series by 1-1 after its victory at Old Trafford.
The 3rd Test will start at Birmingham on August 3.