Former cricketer said- ‘Babar Azam and Shaheen Afridi will be the most expensive players in IPL history’

New Delhi: Indian Premier League is one of the most favorite cricket leagues around the world. Every cricketer around the world definitely hopes to play in this league. In the last 15 years, this league has fulfilled the dream of many cricketers and gave them a place in international cricket from domestic cricket. However, there is a country whose players are not allowed to play IPL. It is none other than India’s neighboring country Pakistan. Many veteran players of Pakistan cannot participate in this tournament. Former cricketer Tanveer Ahmed has claimed that if Pakistani players get a chance to play IPL, then Babar Azam and Shaheen Afridi will be among the costliest players.

Tanveer Ahmed said in a podcast with Nadir Ali, “If Pakistani players go to the IPL, the whole of India will be watching Pakistani players. There is no doubt that how much he adores our cricketer. But simply because of politics, our players are not able to go there.

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When the interviewer asked Tanveer that if we talk about money, will Babar Azam be the most expensive? Tanveer replied, “Absolutely Babar happened, Shaheen and Mohammad Rizwan too. These are the three players who will be sold the most. I think he will be the most expensive in the season he plays. I will not say about Rizwan. But there will be someone between Babar Azam and Shaheen Afridi who will be the most expensive seller in IPL history.

Why can’t Pakistani players play IPL?

Actually, in the beginning of IPL many Pakistani cricketers were part of this league. But after the 26/11 attacks in Mumbai, Pakistani players were barred from participating in this league. After the Taj Hotel attack, no Pakistani has participated in the IPL.

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