The famous Pakistani cricket player “Boom Boom Shahid Khan Afridi” has planned retirement from International T20 cricket matches. The well known cricketer awas only playing International T20’s and intends to get retirement at the age of 36.
The approval of retirement will be made by Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board who is the competent authority. However, he is not available int he country at this time, therefore, the approval may take time.
Afridi had got his retirement from One Day International cricket in 2015 after the bad performance of Pakistani cricket team in World Cup.
A number of awards are held by the legend cricketer. Born in 1980, he has played for Pakistani in International matches for long. He has played 27 test matches, 398 ODI’s, 98 T20’s (International) matches and also took 395 wickets in ODI’s which is a good figure for an all rounder player.