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This Pakistan cricketer lashes out at Shahid Afridi

By: KSW Staff

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The former skipper of Pakistan cricket Shahid Afridi is these days in limelight owing to his autobiography ‘Game Changer’ in which he has criticized number of former players and has also revealed various incident including spot fixing.

In the book Afridi has criticised many former players, including Javed Miandad, Waqar Younis and Gautam Gambhir in the book which is co-authored by journalist Wajahat S. Khan.

While Afridi had heated exchange with Gambhir now the out of favour Pakistan batsman Imran Farhat has lashed out at Shahid Afridi.

Farhat has termed Afridi a “selfish player” who ruined many careers for his own good.

In a series of tweets, Farhat said he was ashamed to know that Afridi, who lied for 20 years about his age, is naming and blaming some of the legendary cricketers of Pakistan.

“I am utterly ashamed from what I have heard and read so far regarding this new book of Afridi, someone who has lied about his age for 20 odd years now decides to come clean and name and blame some of our living legends,” said the 36-year-old.

“I have a lot of stories to tell regarding this so called Saint we have had the pleasure of playing with. He sure is talented enough to become a politician,” he added.

Farhat, who played 40 Tests and 58 ODIs for Pakistan, also urged the cricketers who have been named and shamed in Afridi’s book to “speak up and tell the truth”.

“I have a fair few stories to tell and I urge all the players who have been named and shamed to speak up and tell the truth about this selfish player who has ruined plenty of careers for his own good,” said Farhat.

Meanwhile, a petition has also been filed in a Pakistan court to stop further publication of his book.