Shahid Afridi disappointed on ICC

In the cricket world, there’s been always happening better or worst. There are many unpleasant things, moments of love, moments when the audience gets to roar, even a lot of ups and downs that happen. In ongoing Pakistan Super League, where the former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi presenting Multan Sultans team, was very disappointed on Tuesday night, during their match against Peshawar Zalmi, when the umpires refused to take his cap when he came on to bowl.

Pakistan’s very-known, iconic all-rounder Shahid Afridi is so unpleased with the International Cricket Council (ICC) about a rule that bars umpires from taking caps from players during a match because of recent COVID-19 pandemic.

Tuesday night during ongoing PSL, the former Pakistan’s former captain who’s playing for Multan Sultans against Peshawar Zalmi, was so unhappy when the umpires refused to take his cap when he came on to ball.

“Dear ICC, wondering why the umpires are not allowed to hold the bowler’s cap even though they are in the same bubble as players and management and even shake hands at the end of the game?” he recently tweeted on.