Shahid Afridi has been a most loved for some youthful cricketers for a serious long time. Since the time his epic 37-ball century in his first ODI innings in 1996, Afridi has been a fan most loved all through the world.
Without precedent for history, a cricketer from the Indian-Occupied Kashmir has come to Pakistan to learn cricket. Mir Murtaza, who hails from Anantnag, entered Pakistan through the Wahga Border and later made a trip to Karachi to meet Shahid Afridi, Samaa News announced.
Having remained in Pakistan for 3 months, Mir Murtaza got preparing from the star all-rounder.
Discussing his connection with Murtaza, Afridi said that he’s a capable cricketer and he will mentor and help cricketers from any piece of the world. He likewise said that in the event that he visits him again later on, he will joyfully get him out by getting him prepared from the top mentors in the nation.
Then again, Murtaza has likewise said that he has taken in a lot from Afridi. Reports express that Lahore Qalandars are likewise ready to welcome him for preparing at an elite community in Lahore once the coronavirus pandemic is finished.
Prior, Afridi wanted to see and lead a group from Kashmir in the Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) next release which will be his last serious competition.