Boom Boom Afridi is one of the most dashing and explosive players to play the game of cricket. He has been a pillar of strength for Pakistan’s claim to glory in international cricket and one of the finest all-rounders ever produced by Pakistan.
There might have been bitter moments between Shahid Afridi and Indian players on the field, but he has always been an upright man off the field. Off the field, he has often shared a good rapport with Indian cricketers and has never hesitated from appreciating Indian players.
He was recently spotted heaping praises at Virat Kohli and that shows why he is loved so much even in our nation.
Afridi is currently in Switzerland playing ice cricket and even Virender Sehwag and lot of other veterans are a part of this league which is the first of its kind. As we know Afridi has a dashing personality and a huge fan following.
His fans are always eager to get a glimpse of him and to get a picture clicked with him. Even in Switzerland, he was surrounded by fans who were dying to a get a picture clicked with him.
HIS GESTURE WILL MAKE INDIANS FALL IN LOVE WITH HIM
When he was surrounded by fans, A girl was keen to be clicked with him. She asked for a picture and Afridi obliged her with all his modesty. The girl was holding the Indian flag which was folded.
Shahid Afridi was so particular that he first asked the girl to hold the flag straight in a dignified manner and then obliged her demand for a picture. This might seem a small gesture but Shahid Afridi wins all respect in the world for extending such great respect to the Indian flag.
This shows what a true gentleman is! A true gentleman would always respect the flag of every nation for its the biggest representation of a nation’s pride. The Indian girl might have unknowingly done a little injustice to the Indian flag but Afridi being from Pakistan corrected her. This video is going crazily viral over the social media.
Here is the video:
Shahid Afridi wants Indian flag to be open while clicking a photo with fans in switzerland. pic.twitter.com/vq88m8htpB
— Nibraz Ramzan (@Nibrazcricket) February 9, 2018