Shahid Afridi will be seen in action when he dons the World XI jersey to play against West Indies in a charity match at the end of next month at Lord’s.
In 280 characters, Indian stars and Shahid Afridi wage a war over Kashmir.
Shahid Afridi has said that he would never become a part of the Indian Premier League even if the board asks him to join the cash-rich league. He went on to add that the day isn’t far away when the Pakistan Super League will leave behind IPL.
Shahid Afridi’s remarks on the ongoing violence in Kashmir has drawn massive criticism from several Indian cricketers including Indian skipper Virat Kohli.
Shahid Afridi created a row after he urged the United Nations to intervene and stop the bloodshed in “India occupied Kashmir.” His comments drew criticism not just from within the cricket fraternity but from others as well.
India captain Virat Kohli expressed his opinion on Shahid Afridi’s tweet in which he asked the United Nations to take action against India.
In a tweet, Akhtar asked Afridi to ensure that infiltration by Pakistani terrorists across the border ceases if he wanted to see a peaceful J&K without any human rights violations.
Gautam Gambhir hit back strongly to Shahid Afridi’s tweet seeking United Nations’ intervention over the violence in Jammu and Kashmir.
Afridi said he knew that Indian players had contracts which didn’t allow them to play in other foreign T20 leagues.
Shahid Afridi rolled back the years as he lit up the ongoing edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) by smashing four consecutive sixes against Peshawar Zalmi.
Shahid Afridi pointed towards the dressing room after dismissing 18-year-old batsman Saif Badar who later tweeted “Still love you Shahid bhai”
Pakistan’s flamboyant allrounder Shahid Afridi wants to play the final of the third Pakistan Super League as it will be held in his adopted hometown, Karachi, on March 25.
Shahid Afridi, who made his debut in cricket as a 16-year-old and slammed a record-breaking 37 ball 100 at the same age, has had an illustrious cricketing career.
Shahid Afridi took a phenomenal catch at the boundary ropes during the second game of the Pakistan Super League between Quetta Gladiators and Karachi Kings and Twitterati can’t stop wondering if he is ageing in reverse.
Shahid Afridi took a juggling catch at boundary ropes to dismiss Umar Amin of Quetta Gladiators and help his team Karachi Kings win in PSL.