Shahid Afridi Pakistani Cricketer Announces International Retirement


The legendary Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi announced his retirement from the Sun, a prominent and sometimes controversial ending 21-year career, international. 36-year-old star of the 2015 World Cup after the first test cricket in 2010 and gave his resignation but the team skippered Pakistan Twenty20 World Championship in 2016 in India.

He said that in the shortest format of the game as a player retained slim hopes of continuing his career but stepped down as captain after the tournament. “I have retired from international cricket,” 54 smashing 28 balls after Pakistan Super League match in Sharjah Peshawar Zalmi Afridi said.

I’m playing for my fans and will continue to play a league for two years, but its goodbye to international cricket.”My foundation is important to me now. I have to seriously play in a professional manner and to my country.”

Nickname “Boom Boom Afridi said after setting a world record that burst on the scene in 1996 and was unbeaten for 18 years only to die one-day century in 37 balls against Sri Lanka in the second match was a fan favorite.

Even after retirement, Shahid Afridi, Pakistan will continue to play for Super League for 2 years.The all-rounder in the second half of his career was known as a leg spin bowling in 2009 and was instrumental in Pakistan’s early successes, including the Twenty20 victory.

Up to 2016 World Twenty20 after Pakistan’s first round exit from the reduction of the retirement, Afridi wanted to play a farewell Twenty20 match against the West Indies in the United Arab Emirates in September.


But the selectors picked in this squad, with an eye to the future.In Nairobi in 1996 in 2014 they vigorous progress Anderson scored 36 balls after New Zealand had been surpassed by the hundreds against the West Indies in Queenstown.South Africa’s AB de Villiers then record more runs against the West Indies on 31 balls, improved in 2015 in Johannesburg.

Afridi fastest century in Kenya fire each time the crowd as fireworks instant hit with the expected strolled on the crease. Sometimes they deliver, but too often, death or glory of their end point brought them to something. Afridi before the 2015 World Cup and the 2010 test cricket

Afridi’s maverick style with the addition that brings a Test and ODI ban for two matches, they use their feet to tamper with the pitch during the match against England in Faisalabad in 2005 after he was charged.

In Perth in 2010 after he was shown on television biting the ball during the international day against Australia he was banned for two Twenty20 internationals.Afridi had finished most of the 1,176 runs with 48 wickets and 156 runs in his international career has played only 27 matches.

He played 398 matches with his leg highest score of 124 while taking 395 wickets with spin, 8,064 runs.His 1,405 runs in Twenty20 international CV and saw him play 98 matches with 97 wickets and leading a carrier.


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