I should have won man of the series: Afridi

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"I was not expecting them (ICC) to ignore me for the player of the tournament award. I had scored over 160 runs and taken 11 wickets. My fielding was also top class and I was surprised when I didn't win this award," he said.

Afridi, however, praised Dilshan for his performance and said the Sri Lankan opener's famous scoop shot over the wicketkeeper's head was a joy to watch.


After several failures in the tournament this bloke has the nerve to think he deserve player of the tournament.

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No offense...but what an

No offense...but what an idiot to expect it...

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Shameless self praising...

Shameless self praising...

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Dream on Afridi.

Dream on Afridi.

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he should be happy with the WC title. that comment makes him sound childish

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