Shahid Afridi decides to retire from T20I cricket
Pakistan Cricket Superstar all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi decided to retire from T20 International Cricket. Shahid Afridi presented the Pakistan cricket team for 20 years.
According to the sources, Shahid Afridi contacted the National selection committee for a farewell match against Wets Indies upcoming tour in Dubai. Due to Shehryar Khan medical treatment in London, the final decision will be made on under the presence of Chairman PCB.
Shahid Afridi was dropped from England only t20 match tour. Shahid Afridi also cleared before the tour that He will not be available for the England tour due to some personal busy schedule.
Shahid Khan Afridi Born on March 1, 1980 in Karachi become super hero in the history of cricket through his unique aggressive style. People from every part of world love him and watch cricket only to see Afridi batting.
Afridi played his first International Cricket match on 1st October 1996 at the age of 16. He started his debut on 2nd October 1996 against Kenya and could not bat. But in his next match he made fastest century against Sri Lanka on just 37 balls.
In 2014 Corey Anderson break this record by scoring century on 36 balls, But latter in January 2015 AB Devilier break this record again and made century on just 31 balls.
Shahid Khan Afridi resigned from T2o captain after defeat in Asia Cup and T20 World Cup 2016. Shahid Afrid played 98 T20 and scored more than 1400 runs with 07 wickets too. He always remained in ICC T20 alrounder Ranking. Shahid Afrid as a captain in T20 format played 43 matches, out of these matches Pakistan team could win 19 matches and lost 23 matches.