Pakistani cricket legend, all-rounder Shahid Afridi has announced retirement from international cricket ending a career span over 21 years.
Shahid Afridi has announced retirement from International cricket during the current PSL season. Afridi Retiring from International cricket, would Shahid Afridi play for PSL?
In his recent most match he played an outstanding inning hitting 54 scores in 28 balls while representing his Peshawar Zalmi against Islamabad United.
He said while talking about his retirement, “I have said goodbye to international cricket. I am playing for my fans and would continue to play this league for another two years.”
While elaborating on his future goals and his experience in cricket, he said, “Now my foundation is important for me, I have played with seriousness and in a professional way for my country.”
Shahid Afridi last Night Press Conference !! pic.twitter.com/bRShXqvfJC
— TEAM AFRIDI (@TEAM_AFRIDI) February 20, 2017
Afridi had taken retirement from Test cricket in 2010. He left his ODI cricket career after playing cricket world cup 2015. He is the one of the best performing all rounders in the world who gave the fastest century in the second match of his career and also contributed to team’s victories as a leg spinner, mentionable among them is the winning of 2009 world cup.
Shahid Afridi who often promises a nail-biting game is termed as an entertainer who promises a nail-biting making the spectators forgetting to blink the eyes.