Shahid Afridi Corona Positive: Pakistan Cricketer Shahid Afridi test Covid-19 Positive Latest News, Photos, Videos

By | June 13, 2020

Shahid Afridi Corona Positive: Pakistan Cricketer Shahid Afridi test Covid-19 Positive Latest News, Photos, Videos:

Pakistan Cricketer Shahid Afridi test Covid-19 Positive

The Pakistan Cricketer Shahid Afridi, has tested positive for Covid-19. Afridi revealed on Twitter that he has been experiencing severe body-aches for three days, and that he tested positive on Saturday.

He says that I’ve been feeling unwell since Thursday; my body had been aching badly. I’ve been tested and unfortunately I’m covid positive. Need prayers for a speedy recovery, InshaAllah #COVID19 #pandemic #hopenotout #staysafe #stayhome.

Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi, popularly known as Boom Boom, is a Pakistani international cricketer, former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team.As a successful all-rounder, Afridi was respected for his consistent bowling that relied on change of pace rather than spin, but he drew greater attention for his aggressive batting style.Afridi was the world record holder for the fastest ODI century in 37 deliveries and holds the distinction of having hit the most sixes in the history of ODI cricket.

Afridi considers himself a better bowler than batsman and has taken over 350 wickets in ODI and 48 Test wickets. As of January 2020, Afridi is 2nd on the chart of most T20I wickets, with 98 wickets from 99 matches.

In his autobiography, Game Changer (2019), Afridi revealed his year of birth as 1975.It had earlier been reported that he was born in Khyber Agency, Pakistan to an Afridi tribe of Pashtuns in 1980.

He belongs to a family of Sufi pirs (teachers or spiritual masters) and his grandfather Maulana Muhammad Ilyas was a well-known spiritual figure in Bhutan Sharif, a locality in the Tirah Valley.His other grandfather, Sahibzada Abdul Baqi, was given the title Ghazi-e-Kashmir (conqueror of Kashmir) for his efforts during the First Kashmir War.

He married his maternal cousin Nadia Afridi and has five daughters.Afridi was drafted to the Pakistan senior national team after fine performances at the under-19 championship circuit starting the 1994–95 season. Playing for the Karachi Whites, he helped his team win the title the following season picking 42 wickets in five matches at an impressive average of 9.59.

Later that season, Afridi had played against the visiting England A and West Indies Youth teams and a few first-class games for Karachi Whites in the senior National Championship.

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