Virat Kohli’s childhood coach, Rajkumar Sharma thinks that Shahid Afridi is passing on comments over India and its government because he is a negative sort of guy.
Recently, Afridi compared Modi to Coronavirus for horrendously and brutally pressurizing the people of Kashmir. Consequently, the people of India and cricketers have come in support of Modi and has criticized Afridi to an extent.
Rajkumar Sharma terms Afridi as “a negative sort of guy”
“Nobody in the Indian cricket team takes him seriously. He was not even taken seriously when he was playing cricket. And he doesn’t deserve to because talking like this is not acceptable at any stage. Indian cricketers are sober and they don’t talk like this,” Sharma was quoted as saying in an exclusive interview to Republic TV on Monday, May 18.
Rajkumar ponders that Afridi is passing such comments on an ambition to seek attention because whoever pass adverse comments on India, becomes popular the next day. Sarcastically, the child thinks Afridi is less popular among the cricket world and needs such comments to be in the compulsion to attention while he has described the reality of India’s racist government. Afridi is one of the notable names in and out of the world of cricket.
“They stand for their country but never abuse any other country or their PM. I think Shahid Afridi needs to learn a lot. He is a very negative sort of guy. Virat Kohli never talks about Shahid he is not that important that he should be talked about,” he stated.
“I think Afridi wants to come in politics. Whosoever criticizes or abuses India becomes famous in Pakistan. It is their mentality. Shahid Afridi is moving in that direction. I don’t think anybody will take him seriously from now on,” Rajkumar Sharma added.