Afridi Advised Kohli To Retire, Indian Cricketer Retaliated – Said Some People Retire Only Once…

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Virat Kohli has got his form back before the T20 World Cup. In the last T20 Asia Cup, he scored a century and 2 half-centuries. He also scored more than 270 runs. The World Cup matches are to be held in Australia from next month. Kohli scored a century in international cricket after almost 1000 days. Meanwhile, Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi had advised Kohli to retire. He had said that he should say goodbye with time. Instead of dropping you from the team. On this, Indian cricketer Amit Mishra has given a strong reply to Afridi.

Amit Mishra wrote on social media, Dear Afridi. Some people retire only once. So please spare Virat Kohli from all this. Amit has taken a dig at Afridi in a way with his words, because Afridi retired twice. He did this for the first time in February 2017. After this, it was returned in April 2018. Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board had said in September 2016 that they wanted Afridi to retire. But after that he also had differences with the board.

Kohli had scored a half-century
Virat Kohli scored the best half-century against Pakistan during the T20 World Cup held in UAE last year. Although the Pakistan team was successful in winning this match. Recently, India defeated Pakistan in the group round match of Asia Cup. Kohli scored 35 runs in that match. Then Kohli played a better innings of 60 runs against the arch-rivals team than Super-4.

The current T20 World Cup is starting from 16 October. Here also India and Pakistan are in the same group. Team India has to face Pakistan in the first match on 23rd October.

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