Shaheen Shah Afridi, a pace bowler from Pakistan, has warned that his impressive performance in the Asia Cup against India is just the beginning. He took four wickets, including those of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma. Despite the match being washed out, the two teams will meet again in the Super Four stage of the Asia Cup. Shaheen believes there is more to come and sees every match against India as special. He leads one of the strongest pace attacks in the world and is able to move the ball both ways. Alongside Naseem Shah and Haris Rauf, he has taken 23 wickets in the Asia Cup so far. Shaheen believes that good communication between the bowlers has contributed to their success. After suffering a knee injury last year, he returned strongly in Sri Lanka in July and believes he has improved through playing Test matches. As bilateral cricket ties between Pakistan and India are frozen, Shaheen has never played in India before but expects the conditions to be similar to those in Pakistan or Dubai. He seeks advice from his father-in-law, former captain Shahid Afridi, before big matches and tries to focus on other things besides cricket to stay relaxed.
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