Multan Sultans recorded their second successive home win in the HBL Pakistan Super League 2020 by beating Karachi Kings by a comfortable 52-run margin at the Multan Cricket Stadium on Friday.
"A real honour to host the legendary Michael Holding for a dinner at home. Thank you Dr Kashif for arranging Michael's visit to Karachi. Also thank you to Saeed Anwar for joining us. Great to have some legends visit me," tweeted Afridi.
"In Test cricket, Sehwag came later but in 1999-2000 Shahid Afridi changed the mindset of opening in Test cricket. Even if I was the bowler, I would know that I can get him out but also know that he can hit me for boundaries. He used to hit lose deliveries for sixes at will," said Akram while chatting with Afridi on a YouTube chat show.
On Wednesday, a hashtag #ShameonYuviBhajji was trending with users lashing out at the duo for helping Afridi. At the same time, there was also support for the former Indian all-rounder with #IStandWithYuvi hashtag doing the rounds.
Shahid Afridi, who has his own foundation, said his purchase was a good one. "We are faced with tough times and the need to help the poor is more in these times," he said.
"It has been going on for way too long. My advice to them is to maybe catch up somewhere around the world and talk it out if you cannot really calm it down."
Actors, sportsmen, musicians, comedians and all those, who have huge fan following on mainstream or social media, have come out to raise awareness about the disease which has spread fast around the world and claimed thousands of lives in short span of time.
"Moustache or no moustache? Things you do when you you have nothing to do I suppose Grinning face#isolationcreation .Moooch nahi, tey kuch nahi ..." Akram said in a tweet with two photos. In one, he is seen with a moustache and in another, he does not have facial hair.
The lovely gesture and sportsman spirits of the right-arm fast bowler Haris Rauf won millions of cricket fans’ hearts during the second eliminator of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) between Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans.
"We're delighted that the Shahid Afridi Foundation logo will be featured on the Pakistan playing kits, since we are charity partners to Pakistan Cricket Board. Thanking WasimKhan & the PCB for their continued support & wishing our boys all the very best with the tour #HopeNotOut," Afridi said in a tweet.