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Shahid Afridi ‘s recently released his autobiography, a game changer, and is proving to excite controversies. His memoirs opened many controversies on various topics. Earlier, he had expressed his views about Kashmir, talked about his real age and then accepted it in his autobiography.

And resumed the feud with former Indian cricketer Gautam Gambhir that he was given the 2010 spot-fixing scandal. The first was to know about the wrong actions of his teammate. He even said that he took this issue up to the upper management in the Pakistani team, but no action was taken.

In his autobiography, he has criticized many former cricketers like Javed Miandad, Waqar Younis, and Gambhir. But now the out-of-favor Pakistani batsman Imran Farhat has spoken against Afridi.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">I am utterly amashmed from what I have heard and read so far regarding this new book of Mr Afridi, someone who has lied about his age for 20 odd years now decides to come clean and name and blame some of our living legends</p>— Imran Farhat (@imranfarhat1982) <a href="">May 6, 2019</a></blockquote><script async src="" charset="utf-8"></script>
In a series of tweets, Farhat labeled Afridi as a “selfish player”, who ruined many careers for his own good. Then he urged other cricketers to speak against Afridi.

Farhat said, “I have a lot of stories to tell and I urge all the players whose names and words are ashamed to speak and tell the truth about this selfish player, who has done a lot of career for his career Wasted. ”

“I am very embarrassed with what I have heard and read about this new book of Afridi. Who has lied about 20 years of his age, now decides to come clean and the name? And blames some of our living legends? ”

He said, “To tell about this so-called saint, we have a lot of stories which are enjoyable to play with. He said that there certainly are enough talent to become a politician, “he said.

This disclosure also troubled the BCCI treasurer Anirudh Chaudhary, who had questioned Afridi’s motives behind not disclosing such important information to the ICC Anti Corruption Unit.

Ironically, a petition has been filed for banning his book in the Sindh High Court, as it has used a lot of unfair words against former cricketers.

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