Shahid Afridi: Analysis of Shaheen Afridi’s performance in PSL

The former Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi expressed his opinions about the current Pakistani cricketer and his son-in-law following Shaheen Shah Afridi’s performance in the game against the Karachi Kings on February 19, 2023.

Shaheen Shah Afridi, the captain of the Lahore Qalandars, and his team were defeated by the Karachi Kings by a huge margin of 67 runs. The Qalandars were eventually bowled out for 118 thanks to Akif Javed’s superb bowling performance (4/28), as the Kings’ mammoth 185/5 total amassed in their 20 overs proved to be too much for them.

Shaheen Afridi, the Qalandars captain, was extremely disappointed in the outcome of the match, both as a captain and particularly as a bowler, as he gave up 39 runs in just four overs and only managed to take one wicket.Because he was trying too hard, he was expensive throughout the death overs. According to the 45-year-old, “He was trying to bowl too many Yorkers, which turned into full tosses and he got smacked for sixes,” according to a report by Cricket Pakistan.

Even while Shaheen was unquestionably a very gifted bowler, the former all-rounder believed that he was still committing far too many flagrant mistakes that made it very easy for the opposing batters to read him and hit him for all those extra runs. The 22-year-and old’s length, he noted, are the only important factors that unquestionably require work.

I’ve been talking to him while keeping an eye on him. I think he might be bowling too far away from the stumps. BringingWhen talking about him, the ball will occasionally be thrown back in from a distance when bowling. Because he was trying too hard, he was expensive throughout the death overs. He made too many Yorker attempts, which resulted in complete tosses and gave him the opportunity to be hit for sixes.

Lastly, Shahid Afridi had the best idea.

Shaheen may learn from his errors and be his own judge by comparing his older bowling videos to his more recent ones.

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