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Last Update on: January 9th, 2019 at 11:17 pm

Recently updated on January 9th, 2019 at 11:17 pm

Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi very recently made some fans across the border during the ICE cricket tournament in St Moritz when he asked one of the Indian fans to hold their flag properly.

There is no doubt about the fact Afridi is still regarded as one of the biggest names in Pakistan cricket and his relations with Indian cricketers have always been good.

He explained why he asked the Indian national to straighten her flag.

“We should respect the flags of other nations, and that’s why I asked them to hold their flag in a proper way,” Afridi told reporters in Karachi. “I also wanted them to have a better picture.”

The former skipper also spoke about the future of India Pakistan bilateral sides. He said despite the [political turmoil between the two countries the relationship between the cricketers have always been pleasant.

Afridi very recently also said the relationship with Indian skipper Virat Kohli will always be a respectful one.

Shahid Afridi
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“The cricketers of both the nations want to play for the betterment of relations between the countries,” he said. “We are ambassadors of peace and want to spread love and peace around the world. We all are good friends and had a great time playing Cricket on Ice.”

Pakistan lost the limited-overs series to New Zealand by a 5-0 margin and speaking on that aspect Afridi said,

“Before Pakistan went to New Zealand they had trained at the camp for just a day. When you know you are going to play with a tough opponent in tough conditions, you should have practised more.”

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