Irfan Pathan, who was having an on-field camera chat, saw Rashid Khan during the celebration lap of the Afghanistan squad in Chennai after they defeated Pakistan, and he immediately began to dance with him. The viral video wasn't well received in Pakistan, where it first surfaced.
Kamran Akmal, a former Pakistani wicketkeeper, was perplexed by it.
According to Kamran Akmal, "I was surprised at Irfan Pathan dance," he told. "I recall when India defeated Pakistan in Australia; even then, this level of joy wasn't evident. But the celebration at Afghanistan's victory against Pakistan seemed to be stronger. Not only for myself, but for the entire country, it was awful to witness. The media should consider this - impartial commentators shouldn't do this.
Irfan Pathan would explain the context of that dance in an Instagram video.
"I fully filled mine, too. I told @rashid.khan19 that I would dance again after he predicted that they would win once again.
Pakistan continues to do their postmortem throughout this time. Ahmed Shehzad, a former Pakistani player, has criticized the way "friendships" influence decisions.
"Players feel misled when you begin choosing players based on likes and dislikes. And the key figures left for America. When considering the country, friendship is one thing, but you cannot ignore their mistakes. He told Shehzad.
"All of your domestic cream has left and moved to the United States because they don't see a future here. because they do not receive opportunities at the appropriate moment. Ever when PSL arrived...In a powerplay, Haris Rauf is bowling and is being struck.In the grand scheme of things, Saud Shakeel and Abdullah Shafeeq weren't involved, but now they are. If so, it indicates poor planning on your part. Likewise for Hasan Ali.
Mohammad Haris has been with the squad for a long and averages fifty in the PSL, although he hasn't participated in either domestic or league action. Twenty to twenty-five hundred hitters are not taken seriously in domestic cricket.