‘Time Will Come Soon’ For Shaheen To Captain Pakistan: Aaqib

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Despite guiding Lahore Qalandars to their first PSL victory, Shaheen Afridi has been getting attention. They won the title after defeating Multan Sultans in the final, while head coach Aaqib Javed’s working hard with the team has eventually had came fruitful. Here we can know more regarding shaheen to captain pakistan: aaqib prediction.

will Shaheen Become The Future Captain Of Pakistan Cricket Team?

Javed has worked tirelessly to turn the franchise’s prospects around, and Shaheen Afridi has proven to be a capable leader. While everyone anticipated Multan Sultans to lift the PSL 2022 title with their overwhelming supremacy, his team pulled off a spectacular victory.

Well after the final success, the teams and players management congratulated Aaqib Javed for his efforts to bring the title.  Shaheen, who has featured 22 Test Matches and 28 Limited overs (ODI) for Pakistan, has solidified himself as a key member of the team in all 3 formats, and the 21-year-old has indeed demonstrated his growth in international cricket.

Shaheen Afridi will make us all proud: Aaqib Javed

“Shaheen has natural leadership talent and this is something we figured out two years ago. This is why we promoted him as vice-captain. I personally don’t think that age has any factor when it comes to leadership. For a captain, it is important to be committed and honest; these two things are present in Shaheen in abundance,” Javed told in an Interaction.

“When we went to meet Imran Khan, I told him that Shaheen reminded me of his traits and I said that he will make us all proud. I am waiting for that time and the time will come soon,” he added.

Javed voiced on Shaheen Afridi’s captaincy potential, which he noticed during the PSL tournament which has been recently wrapped up. Javed and Shahid Afridi collaborated to make Shaheen the team’s leader, and it worked brilliantly. Former Pakistan cricketers including Salman Butt opposed Shaheen being the future captain of the Pakistan cricket team.

Aaqib Javed finished by expressing his thoughts on modern cricketers’ workload. He claims that because current players play cricket on a regular basis, they have always been fit enough to play and not needed much to have practice games before larger competitions.

“The players now are much different; be it mentally or physically. Shaheen is only 21 right now but the PCB has to manage these players once they grow a little older. For players like Shaheen and Haris, they capitalize on the rhythm and often face trouble once they take a break,” concluded Javed.

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