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Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi

Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi Biography
In October 1996 at the age of sixteen Afridi was drafted into the ODI team during the four-nation Sameer Cup 1996–97 as a leg spinner as a replacement for the injured Mushtaq Ahmed.[7] He made his debut on 2 October against Kenya, however he didn't bat and went wicketless.[8] In the next match against Sri Lanka, Afridi batted at number three in the role of a pinch-hitter.
 In his first international innings, Afridi broke the record for fastest century in ODI cricket, reaching his hundred from 37 balls. The eleven sixes he struck also equalled the record for most in an ODI innings.[9][nb 1] Aged 16 years and 217 days, Afridi became the youngest player to score an ODI century.[11] Pakistan posted a total of 371, at the time the second-highest in ODIs, and won by 82 runs; Afridi was named man of the match.[9]
Two years after appearing on the international scene, Afridi made his Test debut in the third game of a three-match series against Australia on 22 October 1998.[12] By this point he had already played 66 ODIs, at the time a record before playing Tests.[13] He opened the batting, making scores of 10 and 6, and took five wickets in the first innings.[12] He played his second Test the following January during Pakistan's tour of India; it was the first Test between the two countries since 1990.[14] Again opening the batting, Afridi scored his maiden Test century, scoring 141 runs from 191 balls. In the same match he also claimed three wickets for 54 runs.[15] After winning the first match by 12 runs, Pakistan lost the second to draw the series.[16]

In 2001, Afridi signed a contract to represent Leicestershire. In five first-class matches he scored 295 runs at an average of 42.14, including a highest score of 164,[17] and took 11 wickets at an average of 46.45;[18] Afridi also played 11 one day matches for the club, scoring 481 runs at an average of 40.08[19] and taking 18 wickets at 24.04.[20] His highest score of 95 came from 58 balls in a semi-final of the C&G Trophy to help Leicestershire beat Lancashire by seven wickets.[21] Derbyshire County Cricket Club signed Afridi to play for them in the first two months of the 2003 English cricket season.[22] In June 2004 Afridi signed with English county side Kent to play for them in three Twenty20 matches and one Totesport League match.[23]
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Wallpapers of Shahid Afridi
Meera is crying after afridi wicket in final
Shahid Afridi Singing a Indian Song (Teray Nena) on Geo News.flv.flv
Shahid and Salman Khan in Makkah

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