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Shahid Afridi


Country: Pakistan
Date of Birth: March 1, 2022
Place of Birth: Khyber Agency
Batting Style: Right Handed
Bowling Style: Leg break
Skill: All Rounder
Teams Played: Asia XI, Deccan Chargers, ICC World XI, Pakistan

Batting Performance

Tests274811716156 5836.5187.02
ODI311292186539124 63123.86113.68
T20s4240367154* 0318.14144.61
IPL10918133 0010.13176.09

Bowling & Fielding Performance


Career Performance

First MatchLast Match
TestsOctober 22, 2021 v Australia at National Stadium, KarachiJuly 13, 2021 v Australia at Lord's, London
ODIsOctober 2, 2021 v Kenya at Aga Khan Sports Club Ground, NairobiFebruary 3, 2022 v New Zealand at Seddon Park, Hamilton
T20sAugust 28, 2021 v England at County Ground, BristolDecember 30, 2021 v New Zealand at AMI Stadium, Christchurch
IPLApril 22, 2022 v Delhi Daredevils at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, HyderabadMay 27, 2022 v Chennai Super Kings at Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad


Shahid Afridi is one of the greatest entertainers in world cricket. ‘Boom Boom Afridi’, as he is widely known, follows a simple theory of either to hit hard or get out, which makes him a crowd favourite. He started his career with a bang at the young age of 16, as he smashed the fastest ODI hundred in his maiden innings off just 37 deliveries.

Afridi is at his best when playing straight and at his weakest while pushing at the ball just outside the off stump. He is capable of hitting almost any ball out of the park and is dangerous when in full flow.

His carefree attitude has cost him a regular place in the side over the years. The all-rounder is also an excellent leg-spinner. Afridi was adjudged the Player of the Tournament at the World Twenty20 in 2007. He had another memorable edition in England. The all-rounder was awarded the man of the match in both, semi-final and final match of the 2009 event.

He was later made the captain of the T20 side as regular skipper Younus Khan decided to retire from the shortest format of the game after guiding Pakistan to victory.