Shahid Khan Afridi former Pakistani team captain and an allrounder is known for his hard hitting and aggressive style of play. He has been smashing the bowlers for more than 20 years now and he is not done yet.
Afridi makes a spectacular entry to the Lanka Premier League 2020. He made the head lines when he supposedly missed the flight to Sri Lanka and his participation in the first match was doubtful. Later not only Afridi managed to come for the match on time but also skipped the SOP for getting quarantine.
Afridi Skipped Quarantine and played the first match for Galle Gladiators.
Afridi reportedly told the authorities that he is immune to the corona virus as he caught it back in June, hence he has developed antibodies which makes him immune to the virus. Therefore, Afridi didn’t stayed in quarantine for 14 days and played the first match up front and he had something really special up his sleeves today which he brought up for his LPL fans.
Afridi Scores a quick fifty in Lanka Premier League LPL 2020
Afridi plays for Galle Gladiators and he is also the captain of GG. Shahid Afridi scored a valuable fifty for the team down the order when it was needed the most. He came in late down the order but scored 58 runs on just 23 balls.
Afridi managed to strike the ball with a massive 252.17 strike rate.
Afridi’s quick slog helped Galle Gladiators reach a total of 175-8 runs. Afridi was also the most economic bowler and gave away just 20 runs in his 4 overs.
Galle Gladiators lost the match to Jaffa Stallions, despite Afridi’s brilliance with the bat. Avishka Fernando played a match winning innings of 92 runs along with Shoaib Malik who scored 27 runs. Stallions won the match by 8 wickets.
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