Shahid Khan Afridi Joining Pakistan Super League

Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi was born in Khyber Agency of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Pakistan), famously known as Shahid Afridi a Pakistani cricketer. Somewhere around 1996 and 2011, Afridi played 27 Tests, 325 One Day Internationals, and 43 Twenty20 Internationals (T20s) for the Pakistani national group. He made his ODI debut on 2 October 1996 against Kenya and his Test debut on 22 October 1998 against Australia.

He is known from his forceful batting style, and holds the record for the speediest ODI century which he made in his first universal innings, in addition, scoring 32 runs in a single over, the second most astounding scoring over ever in an ODI. He additionally holds the qualification of having hit the most number of sixes ever. Afridi sees himself as a superior bowler than batsman, and has taken 48 Test wickets and more than 300 in ODIs. Presently Afridi is the main wicket taker in the Twenty20 organization taking 53 wickets from 43 matches.

Started as fast bowler, Afridi chose to begin knocking down some pins turn after he was told he was tossing. He intorduced himself like Pakistan leg-spinner Abdul Qadir. Afridi started his career as basically a bowler, however subsequent to scoring the quickest century in his maiden ODI innings more was anticipated from him with the bat. He views himself as a superior bowler than batsman. While he is eminent for his forceful batting, he is additionally a convenient leg-spinner equipped for creating a decent blend of wicket taking balls. He has more than 350 International wickets, the vast majority of which are from the ODI position. While his stock ball is the leg break, his ordnance additionally incorporates the customary off break and a "speedier one" which he can convey in the style of a medium-pacer, coming to speeds of around 130 km/h (81 mph).He bowls at a fast for a spinner, bringing about lesser turn, and depending more on varieties in velocity. He infrequently sends down a bouncer to a batsman, which is exceptionally uncommon for a twist bowler.

Pakistan T20 Captain Shahid Afridi has supported the Pakistan Super League (PSL) with zest and termed it a possibly rich ordeal for the country's players.