Afridi recently shared a video with Yuvraj Singh, seeking to restore the cricketing relationship of the two countries.
Afridi has already made objectionable statements about India and Prime Minister Modi, he also made fun of Gautam Gambhir.
Dainik BhaskarFeb 25, 2020, 03:13 PM IST Sports Desk. Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has alleged that Narendra Modi is a hindrance in the cricketing relations between India and Pakistan. In an interview to a sports channel in Pakistan on Monday, Afridi called the Prime Minister of India a person of negative thinking. Said- Cricket relations between the two countries cannot be restored under Modi.
A few days ago Shahid shared a video with Yuvraj Singh. In this, Yuvi also sought to restore the cricketing relationship between India and Pakistan. Singh had said that it would be more thrilling than the Ashes.
'Modi is impossible,' Afridi interviewed the Sports Channel of the Tribune Pakistan on Monday. The anchor asked him – Many players from India, including Yuvraj, want cricket relations to be restored in both countries. What would you like to say on this? To this, Afridi said, "As long as Modi is in power, I do not think there will be any positive response from India." We all know what Modi's thinking is. They always have negative thoughts. One thing is clear that the relationship between India and Pakistan deteriorated due to only one person. Nobody wants that. "
I don't know what Modi wants: Afridi In response to another question, Afridi said, "People of both countries want to visit each other. But, I do not understand what Narendra Modi wants? As far as cricket is concerned, let me tell you that IPL has changed Indian cricket. The youth are playing very well there. ”
The last series played between the two countries in 2012-13
The last bilateral series between India and Pakistan was played in 2012-13. India last visited Pakistan in 2006. After 26/11 Mumbai attack, both countries are seen playing only in ICC tournaments.