At a recent press conference in Kolkata India, Afridi had said,
“I’ve not enjoyed playing anywhere as much as I have in India. I am in the last stage of my career and I can say that the love I have got in India is something that I will always remember. We have not got this much love even from Pakistan. There are cricket-loving people here, much like in Pakistan. Overall, I’ve enjoyed a lot playing in India in my cricketing career”.
A day after his statement, Shahid Afridi was on Monday dragged to court for “committing treason” and “hurting sentiments” of Pakistanis.
A senior lawyer served a legal notice on the 36-year-old Pakistan cricket captain for his statement in India yesterday ahead of the World T20 tournament.
This is what Shahid Afridi had to say about India: