NOTTINGHAM: Nottinghamshire Outlaws are all set to unleash the Pakistani pace sensation, Shaheen Afridi, as he makes his debut in the thrilling UK’s Vitality Blast tournament against Derbyshire Falcons today (Friday) at the iconic Trent Bridge stadium.
The Notts team, led by coach Peter Moores and captain Steven Mullaney, can hardly contain their excitement to have the fiery left-arm speedster in their ranks. In an exclusive conversation with Geo News, the dynamic duo expressed their anticipation for Shaheen Afridi’s pivotal role in leading the Outlaws’ pace attack, which is expected to draw an even larger crowd to the electrifying atmosphere of the stadium.
“It’s a name that resonates well with the people of Nottingham and its neighboring areas. Having him on our side will undoubtedly attract more spectators. He’s a player worth watching, there’s no doubt about it; he brings an element of excitement to the game,” beamed Moores, unable to contain his enthusiasm.
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