Shahid Afridi to Announce Retirement
KARACHI: Pakistani T20 captain Shahid Afridi has aforementioned ‘I would quit’ if ‘I feel that i’m reaching to be a burden to the team’, conjointly readjustment considerations over the shortage of performance from the seniors.
The 35-year-old, WHO retired from the ODIs once a record 398 caps, has had a poor run at the helm since restitution billet within the shortest format last year. In four games since October, Afridi-led Pak have lost 3.
The sole win was recorded within the 1st T20 of the two-match series against New Zealand, WHO won following game to face the series. Australia, and currently Bangladesh, have won their occurrence games at a canter against Afridi and his men.