Cricket: Former Pakistan captain went to give opinion to Kohli, this Indian spoke off

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi once again in discussion due to his statements, advised Kohli to do this

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi remains in the discussion due to his absurd statements more than his fiery innings and explosive style. Afridi has once again said one thing about an important member of the Indian team, which people do not like much. Afridi has appealed to Team India’s star batsman Virat Kohli to retire at the right time. Afridi said that he expects Virat Kohli to end his career the same way he started. Afridi said that Kohli should retire at a time when his career is at its peak.

Retirement should be decided at the top of career: Afridi

Let us tell you that Shahid Afridi said that it should not reach the level where you have to drop from the team. Instead of doing so when you are at your peak, you should announce your retirement. However, it can happen sometimes. Very few players, especially cricketers from Asian countries, can take such a decision, but I think when Virat does, he will do well and probably end his career the way he started.

He further added that the way Virat played cricket and started his career, he overcame struggles and worked hard before making a name for himself. He is a champion and I think there comes a time when you move towards retirement. The goal of the player on this type of platform is to achieve a high position.

Cricketer Amit Mishra replied on Twitter

Team India cricketer Amit Mishra has also commented on the advice of Shahid Afridi. Retweeting a tweet, Amit Mishra wrote that dear Afridi, most of the people retire only once so please keep Virat Kohli away from all these things.

Kohli scored his 71st century in the Asia Cup

Questions were being raised over Kohli’s place in T20 cricket as Kohli had a rough time in the shortest format of the game in the year 2022. While Kohli averaged less than 25 in IPL 2022, he scored just 81 runs in his first 4 T20Is this year. However, Kohli opted for a break and did not go on India’s tour of West Indies and Zimbabwe. Kohli was the only batsman to bat well for India in the recently concluded Asia Cup and scored his 71st century against Afghanistan.

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