ISLAMABAD: Pakistan quick bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi communicated energy to be back on the ground.
“Feeling perfect to be back on the ground following two months,” Afridi said while talking with the Worldwide Cricket Gathering on Monday
The pacer joined the group in Australia to play the mega T20 World Cup, getting back in the game to the group. Afridi went through weeks in Britain to get a tendon physical issue his right knee — supported in the principal Test against Sri Lanka in July — during a thorough recovery program.
He is likewise essential for the crew playing the competition’s warm-up installation against Britain today.
The speedster reviewed his time away from the group while he was harmed and said: “I got harmed interestingly, so it was troublesome avoiding the group.”
Afridi added that all he pondered during his time away was to “return” to the group and shared his fervor for the World Cup, notwithstanding missing the as of late held series against New Zealand and Britain.
“I missed the series in New Zealand and Britain, yet I’m presently exceptionally energized,” the quick bowler said.