IND vs PAK: Former Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif criticized Rohit-Kohli, said no batsman can play in front of Afridi


India vs Pakistan river has always been a topic of discussion in the history of cricket. No matter how hard cricketers from both sides try to downplay it, the tension between fans, former players and even politicians always remains. The India-Pakistan match in Kandy, Sri Lanka on Saturday, 2 September was abandoned due to rain.

Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahbaz Sharif gave a big statement about this match and praised Shaheen Afridi and criticized the Indian batting. I am quite impressed with Shaheen's magical bowling. While praising the left-arm pacer, he took an indirect dig at India legends Rohit and Kohli. "They can't play with him," posted the former Pakistan prime minister.

The post immediately went viral and drew mixed reactions from cricket fans around the world. Former Pakistan fast bowler Wahab Riaz also joined this queue.


He supported the former PM. Shaheen and Haris Rauf gave India initial shocks but after that Ishaan Kishan and Hardik Pandya took India to a respectable score. India scored 266 runs in 48.5 overs. Kishan (82 off 81 balls) and Pandya (87 off 90 balls) put on 138 runs off 141 balls for the fifth wicket.