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Shaheen Afridi, Sarfaraz Ahmed get into ugly spat in PSL 2021 encounter - WATCH

Shaheen Afridi, Sarfaraz Ahmed get into ugly spat in PSL 2021 encounter – WATCH | Cricket Information

Younger pacer Shaheen Afridi discovered himself in a tensed scenario after he acquired concerned in a heated argument with former Pakistan skipper and wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed. The incident befell within the Pakistan Tremendous League match between Lahore Qalandars and Quetta Gladiators, which the latter received by 18 runs. 
The argument sparked off, when Afridi bowling the nineteenth over in Quetta’s innings hit Sarfaraz on the helmet with a bouncer. The batsman, who initially appeared unaffected with the blow tried to steal a single, earlier than getting concerned in an argument with the teen. 
Each the gamers snapped at one another, which noticed the umpire and gamers of Lahore intervene the scene, attempting to separate the duo. Senior all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez and Lahore skipper captain Sohail Akhtar tried to relax the environment because the match continued after a short pause. 
Right here is the video: 
Sarfaraz Ahmed don’t have any proper to touch upon the bouncer by Shaheen Shah Afridi. Bouncers are a part of the sport of cricket. Sarfraz referred to as for this undue argument. #PSL2021 #HBLPSL6 #PSL #HBLPSL2021 #LQvQG#QGvLQ pic.twitter.com/LcWexT8Kle
— M.Zahaib Nabeel (@zahaibnabeel) June 15, 2021
Driving on Jake Weatherald’s 48 off 41 balls, and a quick-fire knock from former Pakistan wicketkeeper Moin Khan’s son Azam, who accrued 33 off simply 18 balls, Quetta imposed a difficult 159-run goal for Lahore. Sarfaraz, the skipper of Quetta, performed an unbeaten knock of 34 from 27 balls. 
In response, Lahore might solely handle 140 and had been bundled out in 18 overs.  

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