English fast bowler Stuart Broad has been inspired by the determination of Shaheen Afridi during the T20 World Cup and called him brave.
After the news about Shaheen Afridi that he will not participate in the home Test series against England and the tour of New Zealand due to injury, Stuart Broad’s statement has come out.
Stuart Broad took to the social media site to say: ‘Wow, bad news for the lad. And it proves how brave and dedicated they are’.
Wow. Bad news for the guy. & proves how brave & dedicated he is to even try & bowl another ball in the Final!
— Stuart Broad (@StuartBroad8) November 14, 2022
Stuart Broad has played 159 Test matches while he is considered as the famous pacer in Pakistan. The fast bowler is expected to give birth to his first child in November this year. So England fans will miss him during the cricket tour of Pakistan.
It should be noted that when Stuart Broad made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in 2005, Shaheen Afridi was only 5 years old at that time, while both these fast bowlers will miss the Test series between England and Pakistan.
It may be recalled that Shaheen Afridi suffered another hamstring injury during the T20 World Cup final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has advised Shaheen to rest for two weeks to recover.