Shaheen Shah Afridi’s Fielding blunder during the first test

Shaheen Shah Afridi's Fielding blunder during the first test

Shaheen Shah Afridi's Fielding blunder during the first test (Pic Source : Twitter)

Pakistan Cricket Team is playing the second test match of the two matches test series against Australia. In this match, Pakistani player couldn’t field properly. Shaheen Shah Afridi has field poorly two times on the day one of the ongoing first test.

When David Warmer was playing, He played a shot towards deep fine leg where Shaheen Shah Afridi was doing fielding but he can’t see the ball and the ball went for a boundary.

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In this match, David Warner has scored his first test triple century. He was unbeaten on 335 runs when Australia have declared their first inning on 589 runs.

Here the video of Shaheen Shah Afridi’s Fielding

David Warner on Steve Smith

“His work ethic is outstanding, he’s got this bromance between him and Smudge (Steve Smith) and it’s really rubbing off on him in the way he prepares,” Warner said.

“I’ve had people say they couldn’t believe how good he was, and everyone talks about how he gets starts. But I always said to him the hardest one is your first one, and then it goes on from there. To see him start like he did last game, loud calls, good intent, rotated the strike, I can’t praise him anymore, he’s an outstanding talent,” Warner Added.

“It’s like Marnus is chasing after Smithy,” Paine said, while Pattinson added: “I’m not sure Steve Smith had much say in it, it was just Marnus gravitated towards Steve.”

“Probably the most heartening thing is the relationship he’s built with Steve Smith, the best player in the world,” Langer said.

“They spend time, they talk cricket, they love it. Literally, all they do is talk cricket.

“They eat together, they have breakfast and lunch together, they drink coffee, just talking cricket.”

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