Shahid Afridi replies to Mohammed Shami’s ‘Karma’ Tweet Following in the footsteps of Shoaib Akhtar, former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has responded to India pacer Mohammed Shami’s “Karma” tweet in the aftermath of Pakistan’s loss to England in the T20 World Cup 2022 final on Sunday. Following Pakistan’s defeat, Akhtar turned to Twitter and posted a broken heart emoji. Shami responded by writing “Sorry about that, brother. It’s known as karma.” Shami’s response was not well received by Pakistan fans and former cricketers, notably Afridi. Former and current cricketers, according to Afridi, should avoid making such remarks. Shahid Afridi replies to Mohammed Shami’s ‘Karma’ Tweet “Cricketers serve as ambassadors. We should continually strive to bridge the gap between the two countries (India and Pakistan). Things like this, which foster enmity among individuals, should not happen in my opinion. What could we expect from the common guy, who is illiterate and foolish, if we do this? We should cultivate relationships, and athletics are one activity that will help us do just that. We’d like to play against them and see them in Pakistan,” Afridi stated on Sama TV. “You should not do such things even if you are a retired player. You are currently playing with the squad; you should avoid such things,” he continued. In the 2022 T20 World Cup final, Ben Stokes produced an undefeated 52 off 49 balls to help England defeat Pakistan by 5 wickets. Haris Rauf’s 2 for 23 was in vain as England defeated Pakistan by 138 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. Earlier, Sam Curran had 3 for 12 and Adil Rashid had 2 for 22 as England reduced Pakistan to 137 for 8. England captain Jos Buttler won the toss and chose to bowl first.