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Indians can’t accept successes of Babar, Shaheen, and Rizwan, says Pakistani journalist

Indians are jealous of Babar, Shaheen, and Rizwan, says Pakistani journalist

In the recent developments of cricket, the former Pakistani player Aqib Javed has drawn comparisons between the Pakistani cricketers, terming them ‘better’ than the Indian cricketers. He has cited that the skipper Babar Azam, the frontline pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi, and the valuable wicketkeeping batter Mohammad Rizwan are better than former Indian skipper Virat Kohli, toe-crusher Jasprit Bumrah, and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant.

As expected, his comments have triggered a social media war between the people of two countries defining their national players in terms of qualities and stats. In regards, the renowned journalist, Arfa Feroz, has stated that Indians are unable to digest Pakistani cricketer’s success.

Since the mentioned trio is at the peak of its career, Arfa took it to his Twitter to pen out that the arch-rivals fans can not accept its success. He further wrote down a known fact that they are not either cherishing the comparison between IPL and PSL, which are absolutely the world’s top two cricket leagues.

Indians can’t accept the successes of Babar, Shaheen, and Rizwan – says Pakistani journalist Arfa

His tweet reads,

Indian cricket fraternity gets trigger rightaway whenever comparison is made between players of India and Pakistan. They just cant tolerate the comparison between PSL and IPL. Indian cricket fans just cant accept the success of Babar Azam, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Mohammad Rizwan!

It must be noted that Aqib, who is the head coach of PSL franchise Lahore Qalandars, commented that Azam is already at the climax of his career, whereas, Kohli is looking for a way out from the drowning form. Also, he set Shaheen apart from Bumrah in terms of capabilities alongside mentioning Rishabh behind Rizwan.

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