Arthur took Twitter to Defend Afridi
In just ten days, Afridi, who plays for the Nottinghamshire Outlaws, has participated in seven matches and amassed outstanding stats including 10 wickets from 27 overs at an average of 24.5 and a 9.1 economy rate. Arthur addressed the issue and offered an explanation for Afridi’s workload on Twitter. He emphasized that Afridi had only bowled 28 overs over the course of 10 days, which he considered to be a manageable workload.
Arthur’s Advice for Afridi
The fact that Arthur advised Afridi to increase his workload in order to better prepare for Test cricket revealed that the team management was keeping a close eye on his development. Afridi is the big asset for Pakistan and as ODI World Cup is heading Asia Cup is heading Pakistan wants Afridi to be fit.
In July of this year, Pakistan is scheduled to play Sri Lanka in a two-match Test series.