Shahid Afridi argues Naveen-ul-Haq: Shahid Afridi told Afghan Bolar Naveen-ul-Haq, ‘Son, I am making a century in international cricket before you are born’

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Cricketers from many countries of the world are playing in the Lanka Premier League in Sri Lanka. On Monday, the tournament was played between Candy Tuskers and Gaul Gladiators. During this match, there was a heated debate between former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi and Afghanistan’s young cricketer Naveen-ul-Haq.

The Candy Tuskers defeated Gaul Gladiators to register their first win in the season. The debate between Tuskers fast bowler Naveen-ul-Haq and Gladiator’s Mohammad Aamir and Shahid Afridi caught everyone’s attention.

The 18th over of the match was going on when Aamir hit a four off Naveen’s fourth ball. Naveen came back and bowled the fifth ball dot. Naveen then went ahead and argued with Aamir.

During this, there was a heated debate between Aamir and Naveen but the matter did not end here. The same happened in the last of the match. After this, Gladiator captain Shahid Afridi decided to talk to Naveen.

Afridi lovingly shook hands with all the players of the opposition team after the match. But as soon as Naveen came, things became different. It is reported that this legendary all-rounder told the Afghan bowler, “Son, I am making a century in the international before you are born.”

There has been a lot of action in the Lanka Premier League so far. In the match between the Tuskers and the Gladiators, Danushka Gunatilaka scored a blistering 197 off 53 balls as Gladiator scored 197 runs. In response, the Tuskers team scored 171 in 20 overs.

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