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Shaheen Afridi Apologises to Afif Hussain For Directing Throw At Him

Pakistan won the second T20 International match to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series against Bangladesh.

Shaheen Afridi Apologises to Afif Hussain For Directing Throw At Him
Pakistan fast bowler Shaheen Afridi took two wickets and conceded 15 runs in the second T20I match against Bangladesh in Dhaka on November 20. | Twitter
Shaheen Afridi Apologises to Afif Hussain For Directing Throw At Him
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2021-11-21T15:54:11+05:30

Pakistan pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi personally apologised to Bangladesh batter Afif Hussain after hitting him with a throw during the second T20 match between the two teams in Dhaka on Saturday. 

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Shaheen lost his cool after Hussain hit him for a six. The Pakistan fast bowler later picked up the ball in his follow through and hurled it at the stumps though Hussain was in his crease.

The ball hit the batter and a doctor was rushed on to the field to ensure he was okay.

The Pakistan Cricket Board released a video of Shaheen Afridi walking up to Afif Hussain after the match and apologising to him for the action and also hugging him with a smile.

Shaheen's unnecessary aggressive behaviour was apparently not well received either by the Pakistan team management or the Pakistan Cricket Board and the fast bowler was immediately conveyed he must apologise to Afif Hussain.

Pakistan won the second T20 match to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three match series but the behaviour of another pacer, Hasan Ali also didn't go down well with the management.

Hasan Ali was also reprimanded by the International Cricket Council match referee and given a level one offence warning after he rudely gestured to Bangladesh wicketkeeper batter, Nurul Hasan to go back to the pavilion after having dismissed him in the first T20 International on Friday.

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