Shahin Afridi Copies Jadeja For Second Test Against Australia

Shahin Afridi gave up his mind to leave the pace attack. He is practicing spin bowling in Pakistan’s practice before the Karachi Test. Netizens found similarities with his bowling style with Ravindra Jadeja.

A video on Twitter shows Afridi spin bowling. India’s Jadeja has a lot in common with his bowling style. Since both of them are left-handed, that similarity is being caught more and more. One wrote, “It seems that Jadeja has moved from Mohali to Karachi instead of Bangalore.” One fan wrote, “If there is less light and the pacers are not allowed to bowl, then Afridi can bowl.”

Afridi is the only bowler to take more than one wicket in the Rawalpindi Test. Afridi returned Marnus Labushan and Mitchell Starc. On the other hand, Jadeja scored 175 runs and took nine wickets. After that match, Jadeja rose to number one in Tests as an all-rounder.

The second match of the ongoing three-match Test series between Pakistan and Australia will be played in Karachi. Players from both countries are busy preparing for this match. Meanwhile, Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi, who has established himself in a concise time in international cricket, has been seen spin bowling in the nets before the Karachi Test.

Similar to his action was the bowling action of Indian spinner all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja. Yes, Afridi’s spin bowling video is going viral on social media, and fans are also comparing this bowling action with Indian spinner Rabindra Jadeja.

The first match of Pakistan vs Australia Test series was played in Rawalpindi. On this pitch against the batsmen, every bowler looks inactive, and the match is drawn in the end. Out of a total of 40 wickets, only 14 wickets fell in this match, which lasted for five days. Not only that, out of these 14 wickets, only one bowler got six wickets.

The pitch was widely criticized for this, and now the match referee has complained to the International Cricket Council (ICC). If a venue gets five demerit points in three years, it is banned for one year, and if it gets ten demerit points, the venue has to be banned for two years.

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