Aisa Cup: Was confident to hit the carom ball, says Shahid Afridi after dream finish

Almost 28 years ago, when Javed Miandad dented India’s ego and consciousness with that six off Chetan Sharma, the assault haunted an entire generation until Sachin Tendulkar took it upon himself to redeem things in Centurion.  On March 2, 2014, a day after the 11th anniversary of Sachin’s now famous upper-cut, Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi  alias boom Boom Afridi parked a couple of skiers in a delirious Mirpur crowd to lend another lasting blow to India, one that shall be lauded and loathed by Indians in equal measure. 
It was Pakistan’s first one-wicket win over India since April 18, 1986.

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