IND vs AFG: Irfan Pathan danced with Afghanistan players before the match against Team India, got special honor

Former Indian all-rounder Irfan Pathan’s love for Afghanistan is not hidden from anyone. He openly expressed it during the ODI World Cup held in India last year. Before the match between Afghanistan and India in the T20 World Cup, this player went to meet the Afghan team. Star Sports has shared a special video of this meeting.

Irfan Pathan met Afghan players

In this video, Irfan Pathan went to meet the Pakistani players. Here he also learned the traditional dance of Afghanistan from Rashid Khan. Apart from Rashid, Gulbadin Naib, Naveen Ul Haq, Fazalhaq Farooqui and Azmatullah Omarzai were also seen. Irfan started feeling dizzy while dancing, after which he stopped.

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Rashid Khan gave Irfan Khan a traditional cap

Rashid then placed the black coloured traditional Afghan cap on Irfan’s head. The Naib then told Irfan that this cap has a lot of importance in their place. Whenever this cap is given to someone, it means that he respects the other person a lot. He has a lot of respect for Irfan Pathan in his heart. Hearing this, Pathan thanked him. He also said that he is also a Pathan.

Irfan Pathan danced after Pakistan’s defeat

Irfan Pathan’s love for Afghanistan was also seen in the ODI World Cup held in India last year. Afghanistan defeated Pakistan in the league round. After this defeat, the team players were taking a round of the stadium. While taking a round, Rashid Khan met Irfan Pathan. Both of them danced together, which was later discussed a lot. Former Pakistani players did not like Irfan’s dance on Pakistan’s defeat. Some said that being a commentator, he should not have done this.


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