Mahmood revealed the luck factor that saw Afridi being included in the Pakistan squad for the four-team tournament following injury to their star spinner Mushtaq Ahmed.
When asked to pick the 'best batsman' he has bowled, Afridi named legendary West Indies batsman Brian Lara and South Africa's AB de Villiers.
Pakistan have beaten India so much that they would ask us for forgiveness after the match: Shahid Afridi
Afridi also said that his 141 that he scored in the 1999 Chennai Test was his favourite knock.
First 2-3 days were tough but my health is gradually improving after contracting coronavirus: Shahid Afridi
Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi said he is finding it difficult to not spend time with his children as he recovers from Covid-19.
The 45-year-old said on Twitter that he was feeling unwell since Thursday and asked his supporters to pray for his quick recovery.
Waqar Younis, who has been keenly observing the sharp reactions on social media, advised the duo to meet up and sort the issue in person.
Releasing a video here on Sunday, Raja Singh said, “The Indian cricketers, Harbazan Singh and Yuvraj Singh, have supported Afridi for getting funds to his foundation in Pakistan to combat Covid-19.
Afridi had earlier said that it 'does not take a religious belief to feel the agony of Kashmiris...just a right heart at the right place.'
The Gautam Gambhir-Shahid Afridi saga has continued with the former Indian batsman hitting back at another scathing remark about him.
Many in the cricket fraternity, including the likes of David Warner, believe that it was Sehwag who started for bowlers having a difficult time at the start of a Test match.
The former cricketer said that it is because of Modi that the relationship between India and Pakistan has been damaged.
The video has been making rounds on social media, attracting criticism for many as they believe the former Pakistan all-rounder is making fun of the Hindu customs.
In his latest autobiography titled "Game Changer", the former cricketer said his stance was motivated by "social and religious reasons".