Shahid Afridi, the ex- Pakistan skipper, has retired from all types of international cricket, as per media news. Afridi, who’s participated 27 Tests, 345 ODIs and 43 T20s, has over his job with the national team. Afridi stepped down from the Test match after last seasons visit of England, but stayed a vital part of the ODIs and T20 teams and captained Pakistan to the WC final a few months ago.He was axed after a 3-2 ODI sequence triumph in the West Indies recently, though, with stories indicating it’s because of a difference of remark along with coach Waqar Younis.
“We had extremely strong explanations to eliminate Afridi and I will expose them when the time is proper,” Ijaz Butt says at the time.Afridi, who skipped the 2 match sequence with Ireland right after missing the armband, also said at the time, hinting at a big difference of viewpoint with Waqar.He explained: “Although the issues in side administration aren’t such which could not be settled, I think everybody should do his work and require not conflict in other peoples job.”
If Afridi has finished his career, he retires with a Test Avg of 37 and 48 wickets to his name, with 315 wickets in the 50-over match and an Avg with a bat of 23. “We have not taken this step without any issues.”