Shahid Afridi, who retired from international cricket last year, is thrilled with the idea and can’t wait to feature in the league.
On this day in 1996, Shahid Afridi etched his name in record books after he scored the then fastest century in one day cricket.
Shahid Afridi scored 101 from 43 balls in the NatWest t20 Blast match while playing for Hampshire against Derbyshire that included ten boundaries and seven maximums. Derbyshire skipper Gary Wilson after winning the toss elected to bowl first.
Shahid Afridi called for peace, tolerance and love between India and Pakistan as the two countries turned 70 on August 15 and 14 respectively. The two countries have had a violent relationship since the partition.
Virat Kohli donated a signed bat to the foundation belonging to former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi, who on Tuesday posted from his official Twitter account an image of the bat, tagging and thanking Kohli for the gesture.
After retiring from international cricket, former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi is spending quality time with his family in Dubai. See inside pictures.
Pakistan have taken the cricket world by a storm after they thumped England to set up a clash against India in the final of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. Shahid Afridi feels Sarfraz Ahmed has been given a chance to create a legacy.
After this video, Twitterati exploded with jokes and even said that if Afridi does not know what LBW stand for, how could he know about retirement. Some even wondered what exactly he would appeal for. The fact that he played for 21-long years is now rather amusing.
Group B which consists of India, Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka remains uncertain. All four teams have a win and a loss under their belt and are left with with one match each. Pakistan take on Sri Lanka on Monday.
Pakistan put on a phenomenal show against South Africa in their second Group B match in Champions Trophy and eventually grabbed a win by 19 runs (D/L Method) in a rain-curtailed match at Edgbaston. Shahid Afridi has hailed the team’s performance against the Proteas.
Shahid Afridi, former Pakistan captain, said his country’s poor show on Sunday night took away all the excitement from what was expected to be a high-voltage Group B encounter in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. India convincingly beat neighbours by 124 runs.
Shahid Afridi writes about his relationship with Indian cricketers and why he doesn’t consider Gautam Gambhir a friend.
The announcement was made on Friday by the Pakistan Blind Cricket Council (PBCC)
Shahid Afridi will continue with his cricketing career but will not lead the Pakistan team anymore.
Shahid Afridi is likely to call it a day soon. But considering his epic unpredictability you can never be sure about cricket’s unputdownable character.