India's 'Big Enemy' Retires From World Cricket


Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi, who always kept Indian cricket fans on tenterhooks during India – Pakistan matches, has announced his retirement from international cricket. From now onwards, he will not play one day international, test and T20 matches also.

The 36-year-old star had played cricket for 21 years. He already quit Tests in 2010 and ODI cricket after the 2015 World Cup. He was captain for Pakistan Twenty20 team at the 2016 world championships in India.

The all rounder played 398 one-day internationals with 8,064 runs, a highest score of 124 while taking 395 wickets with his leg spin. His Twenty20 international career saw him play 98 matches with 1,405 runs and 97 wickets.

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