Shahid Afridi Wife, Age, Children, Cricket, Net Worth, Wiki & More

Shahid Afridi Wife, Age, Children, Cricket, Net Worth, Wiki & More

Shahid Afridi Wife, Age, Mother, Children, Cricket, Net Worth, Wiki & More | Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi, popularly known as Boom Boom, is a Pakistani international cricketer, former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team.

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Shahid Afridi Wife, Age, Children, Cricket, Net Worth, Wiki & More

Real Name Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi
Nickname Boom Boom, Afridi, Shah, La La
Profession Pakistani Cricketer (All-rounder)
Age 38 Years
Date of Birth 1 March, 1980
Birthplace Khyber Agency, FATA, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani
Star Sign/ Zodiac Sign Pisces
Caste Muslim
Major Played Teams:
  • Pakistan, Asia XI, Deccan Chargers, Fly Emirates XI,
  • Griqualand West, ICC World XI, Karachi, Karachi Kings, Kowloon Cantons, Leicestershire,
  • Melbourne Renegades, Northamptonshire, Peshawar Zalmi, Rangpur Riders,
  • Ruhuna Royals, South Australia, St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, Karachi Region Blues,
  • Habib Bank Limited, Hampshire, Dhaka Gladiators
Cricket Debut
  • Test- 22 October 1998 vs Australia in Karachi
  • ODI- 2 October 1996 vs Kenya in Nairobi
  • T20- 28 August 2006 vs England in Bristol
Height, Weight & Body Measurements
Height in Centimeters 182 cm
Height in meters 1.82 m
Height in Inches 6’ 0”
Weight in Kilograms 77 kg
Weight in Pounds 170 lbs
Body Measurements 42-34-15 Inches
Chest Size 42 Inches
Waist Size 34 Inches
Biceps Size 15 Inches
Shoe Size 10 Inches
Eye Color Black
Hair Color Light Brown
  • Family and Relatives
Father Late Sahabzada Fazal-ur-Rehman Afridi
Mother Not Known (Died)
Brothers Tariq Afridi, Iqbal Afridi, Mushtaq Afridi, Ashfaq Afridi
Cousin Shoaib Afridi, Javed Afridi
Sister 4 (Name Not Known)
Religion Islam
  • Affairs, Girlfriends and Marital Status
Marital Status Married
Girlfriends Nadia Afridi
Wife/ Spouse
  • Nadia Afridi
Son None
Daughters Aqsa, Asmara, Ajwa, Ansha
  • Education and School, College
Educational Qualification Not Available
School Not Available
College/ University Not Available
  • Favorites Things and Like & Dislike
Favorite Actor Aamir Khan and Shah Rukh Khan
Favorite Cricketers Batsman: Javed Miandad and Chris Gayle
Bowler: Wasim Akram and Imran Khan
Favorite Color Not Available
Favorite Food Kebabs, chicken biryani, kheer and ice-cream
Favorite Movie Dilwale Dulhaniya Le Jayenge
Hobbies Driving and listening music
  • Money Factor
Net Worth Not Available
Salary Not Available
  • Contact Address
House Address Not Available
Phone Number Not Available
Official Website www.shahidafridi10.com

www.shahidafridifoundation.org

  • Shahid Afridi Profiles list
Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ShahidAfridiOfficial10/
Twitter https://twitter.com/safridiofficial
Instagram https://www.instagram.com/safridiofficial/
YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCIhGXeOeWeEPxMLbCrUvf-g
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Early and personal life

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.

 

International career

In October 1996, 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. He made his debut on 2 October against Kenya; however, he didn’t bat and went wicketless. 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 equaled the record for most in an ODI innings. 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. The record for fastest century in ODI was broken by New Zealand cricketer Corey Anderson on 1 January 2014 who reached triple-figures from 36 balls and is now held by South-African cricketer AB de Villiers who made a century from 31 balls on 18 January 2015 against West Indies.

 

Captaincy (2009–2011)

Shortly after Pakistan won the 2009 ICC World Twenty20 the captain Younis Khan announced his retirement from Twenty20 cricket the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) subsequently announced that Shahid Afridi had taken over as captain in T20Is; the appointment was initially for one match, with a decision on the permanent replacement to be made later. His spell of 6-38 against Australia in 2010 was voted as the Best ODI Bowling Performance of 2009 by ESPNCricinfo. On 31 January 2010, Afridi was caught on camera biting into the ball towards the end of the 5th Commonwealth Bank ODI series in Australia. Later Afridi pleaded guilty to ball tampering and he was banned from two Twenty20 internationals.

In March 2010 the board announced that Shahid Afridi had been appointed ODI captain in place of the sacked Mohammad Yousuf he led Pakistan in the 2010 Asia Cup and during his first three matches as ODI captain he scored two centuries against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh he finished as the tournaments highest runscorer with 384 runs from 3 matches.

 

Conditional retirement and return (2011–2017)

On 30 May Afridi announced his conditional retirement from international cricket in protest against his treatment by the PCB. The condition on his return was that the board be replaced.[94] The PCB suspended Afridi’s central contract, fined him 4.5 million rupees ($52,300), and revoked his no-objection certificate (NOC) which allowed Afridi to play for Hampshire. Afridi filed a petition with the Sindh High Court to overturn the sanctions. On 15 June, Afridi withdrew his petition after an out of court settlement and the PCB reinstated his NOC. When the PCB’s central contracts were renewed in August, Afridi’s was allowed to lapse. In October he withdrew his retirement as Ijaz Butt had been replaced as chairman of the PCB.   Two weeks after his announcement, Afridi was included in Pakistan’s squad to face Sri Lanka in three ODIs and a T20I. In November 2011, Afridi became the only cricketer to score a half-century and take five wickets on two separate occasions in ODIs. Afridi achieved this feat in the fourth ODI against Sri Lanka which helped Pakistan to secure the one-day series. He also became the first person to score 50 in his 50th T20I. Afridi has the 3rd most International Player of the Match awards(11), with only Mohammad Nabi(12) & Virat Kohli(12) having more in T20s.  From 1)Wikipedia

 

Shahid Afridi Corona:  Pakistan great Shahid Afridi tests coronavirus positive

Iconic Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi has tested positive for coronavirus, the allrounder announced on Saturday. The 45-year-old said on Twitter that he was feeling unwell since Thursday and asked his supporters to pray for his quick recovery.

“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,” he tweeted. From 2)newindianexpress

 

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