I regret what I said to a senior – Shahid Afridi


Whether on or off the field, Shahid Afridi has the charisma of making headlines.

The former captain slammed on Sunday Javed Miandad over his farewell match, terming the legend a man who is ‘always after money’.

“Money has always been an issue with Miandad. That is the difference him and Imran Khan,” said Afridi during the launch of ‘Cricket Corner’, a book by Daily Express’ Sports Editor Saleem Khaliq.

Afridi was replying to a query by a reporter who quoted Miandad as saying ‘that Afridi wants a farewell match only for the money’.

Here is what Shahid Khan Afridi said on his Twitter


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he said; Javed Miandad is legend of cricket but he used very harsh words on TV for long time. He made personal attack on me for no reason ,I tolerated for long time but every person has a limit, sad that Javed Miandad was making personal attacks for long time. I regret what I said to a senior but of course I had to eventually react to his behaviour.


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