Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan Trolled As Shahid Afridi Demands Higher T20 Strike Rate


Ever since Najam Shetty took over as the Chief Selector of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Pakistan cricket has seen a rapid change. its appointment Shahid Afridi The national selectors arrive just days later and already a number of changes have been made to the squad, including high-profile comebacks. Sarfraz Ahmed. But, after Afridi announced that no batsman would be considered for selection in the T20 squad if his strike-rate was less than 135, Babar Azam And Mohammad Rizwan started trending on social media.

During a chat on Sama TV, Afridi said: “No batsman will be selected for Pakistan in T20Is who does not have a strike rate of more than 135 in domestic cricket”.

As the comment surfaced on social media, fans started asking what would happen to players like Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan who are not known for their strike-rate in the shorter format of the game.

Here’s how fans reacted to Afridi’s comments:

It may also be noted that whether the criteria will be applicable to the current members of the Pakistan T20 team is yet to be confirmed. In all likelihood, Afridi has set a strike-rate requirement of 130-135 for budding cricketers from the domestic spectrum.

As far as the strike rates of Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan go in T20Is, the former currently sits at 127.81, with 99 matches under his belt. On the other hand, the second hit 126.62 in 80 T20s.

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