East Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi's autobiography 'Game changer' launched
Afridi had written 5 years less, himself in the book, that he was born in 1975
The book has praised a man, he is a former cricketer and now Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan
Sports desk Shahid Afridi's autobiography 'GameChanger' has been launched. The mood of the book is similar to that of Afridi's game – without any hesitation, no restraint and no one cares. Like he has criticized veteran cricketer Javed Miandad and Waqar Younis. Former Indian player Gautam Gambhir, how is Afridi tainted? Gambhir and Afridi's tension on the playground was not hidden from anyone. Serious is now active in politics. A man whose Afridi has highly praised is the former cricketer and now Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. Whatever the case, the dispute is fiercely sold.
Take the example of Afridi's age now! He has revealed in the book that when he scored a hundred in Sri Nairobi against Sri Lanka in 1996, he was not 16 years old. Afridi had hidden the age. It should be remembered that even though senior age does not have much significance, age at the junior level matters very much. Based on this, the level of the player is decided, it moves forward.
In India too, cases of misinformation
In India, some cases have also been revealed to tell the wrong age. Understand the seriousness of this issue that in 2015, in the MK Pataudi lecture, Rahul Dravid kept his whole point around the fraud related to telling age. Rahul had said, "Many times players of 12-13 years have to play against players of 16 to 18 years. Just because the older ones have hidden their age, less have said. The biggest concern for me is that the child who is watching his parents and coaches cheating for his fake age certificate, that child will learn to do cheating himself later on. It is a fact.