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Shaheen Afridi misbehaves with coaches during T20 World Cup, probe underway: Report | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Pakistan seamer Shaheen Shah Afridi is under scrutiny for allegedly misbehaving with the national team’s coaches and management during the 2024 T20 World Cup.
As per an ANI report, Pakistan’s Geo News has highlighted Afridi’s inappropriate behavior, prompting an investigation into why no action was taken at the time.
This incident was brought to public attention following comments by former cricketer Wahab Riaz, who was removed from the national selection committee by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday.Wahab Riaz and Abdul Razzaq were informed by the PCB that their services in the selection setup were no longer required. Razzaq had roles on both the men’s and women’s selection committees, while Riaz served as a selector for the men’s team. This decision followed Pakistan’s early exit from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024, where they were eliminated in the Group Stage after defeats to the USA and India.
Riaz took to social media platform X to express his feelings about his removal and his dedication to Pakistan cricket.
“There is a lot I can say but I don’t want to be part of the blame games,” Riaz wrote.
He also emphasized his commitment and service to Pakistan cricket during his tenure.
“My time serving as a member of the selection committee for PCB comes to an end. I just want my people to know that I have served the game I love with faith and sincerity and have given 100 per cent for the betterment of Pakistan cricket,” he wrote.

Riaz highlighted the collaborative nature of the selection process, underscoring that every member’s vote held equal weight. He praised the coaching staff, led by head coach Gary Kirsten, for their vision for the team.
“I am confident that the team plans the coaches have put together will ensure this team continues to grow into a dominant force as we move forward and I wish them the best of luck on that journey,” he added.
The PCB has announced plans to restructure the selection committee, with new details about its composition to be revealed soon.

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