Dale Steyn, a former South African pacer, is amazed by how Pakistani left-arm pacer Shaheen Afridi uses his wrist to bowl his dangerous inswing deliveries.
During Sunday’s PSL match between Lahore Qalandars and Peshawar Zalmi, the incredible pacer praised the curve and flick in Shaheen’s wrist and encouraged younger pacers to learn from him, according to a video of Shaheen excusing Babar Azam.
The wrist of Shaheen is amazing. Steyn tweeted, “His curve and flick are so exceptional, and this is a region where many young quick bowlers could hope to find the additional yard of speed they are looking for.”
“There aren’t many drills one could try, but if you’re over 25, unfortunately, it might be past the point of no return. Still worth a shot,” he continued.
When Shaheen broke Mohammad Haris’s bat in the very first wad of the subsequent innings in the match mentioned earlier, he was in monster mode. Haris was then excused in the very next vehicle with a singing yorkie as a duck.
Shaheen got a five-wicket take to help his team get a 40 run victory over Zalmi.