Shahid Afridi Announces Retirement From the International Cricket.
Shahid Afridi Pakistani All Rounder Famously Known as the Boom Boom Afridi on February 19 has announced his retirement from the International Cricket, The 36 Year Old Pakistani Player had already Quieted from the Test Cricket in 2010 and One-Day Internationals (After 2015 world cup) but he continued in the Twenty20 as the Captain of the Pakistan Twenty20 Cricket Team.
The Retirement Statement Came Soon after the PSL Pakistan Super League Match Between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings in this match boom boom afridi has smashed a brilliant 28-ball 54, but he can’t take his team to a victory, I Have Said Goodbye to International Cricket Afridi said at sharjah to media, as i am playing for my fans and will continue to play this league for another two more years for this team Peshawar Zalmi.
“Afridi Said that My Foundation is more important for me and i have played with Seriousness and in a Professional way for my Country.
Shahid Afridi Last Played his Innings for Pakistan in March 2016, when Pakistan Crashed out of the ICC World Twenty20 2016 in the Group Stage , and having made his debut in 1996, and Shahid Afridi made a total of 10,645 runs and he picked up 540 International Wickets in 523 International Matches Finishing as one of the Pakistan Cricket’s Most Successful and Dashing Player. Shahid Afridi is the only all-rounder have a double of 10,000 runs and along with 500 wickets and he is equal with Jacques Kallis From South Africa.
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Legendary Pakistani all-rounder Shahid Afridi has ended and ending an illustrious and sometimes controversial of hi 21-Year Cricket Career.
He has Stepped Down as the Captain after the Tournament although he has retained his hopes of Continuing his Career in the Cricket Sport’s as the Shortest Format as a Player in the Pakistan Cricket Team.
Shahid Afridi has become as a Boom Boom Afridi as when he known as a Bowling All-Rounder in the Second half of his Career and was instrumental in Pakistan’s Early Successes in Twenty20 including their 2009 T20 World Cup Victory.
Shahid Afridi Came into the Live Lights as when he Smashes a 37-ball Hundred 100 that had become a fan to him as he blasted onto the Scene in 1996 smashing a 37-ball century against Hosts Sri-Lanka Under the Captaincy of Anrjuna Ranatunga and Jayasuriya, and it is his the only second match to set a world record that was unbeaten for the Last 17 Years of the World Cricket.
Afridi has Completed his International Cricket Career and just
played 27 Test Matches for his Country which he scored 1,176 runs
and with a highest score of 156 and along with 48 wickets in his
He Has Played 398 One-day Internationals with 8,064 runs and a highest Score of 124 while taking of 395 wickets with his leg spin magic.
He Played 89 Twenty20 International Matches and Scored 1,405 runs and along with 97 wickets.
After having announced himself to the world, with a record-breaking 37-ball century which remained a record for along of nearly 18 long years to break the record, he exploits with the bat that he were far and few with reckless shots often counting for his wicket.