Shahid Afridi for all these moments. The star that will always be shining forever

London: Former captain of the Pakistan Cricket Team and Shahid Afridi‘s international career, who was the first bowler of the world, was on the ground of the cricket team, he started the game in 1996 and then the horizontal horoscope The star that will always be shining forever.

According to the resources, many other national and foreign players expressed good wishes for Afridi on social links websites, the International Cricket Council wrote on their page. “Shahid Afridi for all these moments ‘

Afridi is known as a batsman who does not change the style of being a Test match, or T-Twenty20’s batsman, that is why there should be some corner of the world, including Pakistan where Shahid Afridi’s fans Shahid Afridi’s test career was not too long but he still won the heart of fans with his aggressive batting in this format.
Shahid Afridi made his Test career debut in 1998 against Australia in 1998, he also played his last Test against Australia, and Shahid Afridi in the Test cricket made 1716 for 36.51 in 27 matches, against India The batsmen 156 runs were their biggest innings.

Shahid Afridi also got 5 cats and 8 wickets in Test cricket, and his number of wickets in the bowling was 48, in contrast, Shahid Afridi’s career was in close proximity for almost 20 years. Afridi has performed so many times that will always be remembered.

The former captain scored his career by scoring 37 balls in the innings, which was the fastest innings of international cricket at the time, he scored only 37 balls against Sri Lankan bowling in his second international one-day international match. Which included 11 six and six squares. In a one-day match, Shahid Afridi made 8064 runs in which 6 cats and 39 fitness are all in the one-day match.

Shahid Afridi was declared 32 times in One Day Internationals and was one of the best players of 4 times, he also bowled to Pakistan by showing great performance in the bowling sector.

His wicket has a total of 398 in the one-day match, with only 7 wickets for the only 12 runs against West Indies. In 2009, Shahid Afridi’s captaincy got Pakistan’s 1-0 win in 38 in the match, while 18 were in the match, in his captaincy Pakistan reached the semi-finals of the 2011 Cricket World Cup where India Had to face defeat.