Shahid Afridi is an athlete who was born in Khyber Agency, Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Pakistan in 01/03/1977 and is now 46 years old. Shahid Afridi has a net worth of $40 Million.
What is Shahid Afridi Net Worth?
Shahid Afridi's net worth is 40 Million.
How old is Shahid Afridi?
Shahid Afridi is 46 years old.
What is Shahid Afridi Birthday?
Shahid Afridi's birthday is 01/03/1977.
What is Shahid Afridi Zodiac Sign?
Shahid Afridi's zodiac sign is Pisces.
What is Shahid Afridi's Real Birth Name?
Shahid Afridi's real birth name is Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi .
Where is Shahid Afridi's Birthplace?
Shahid Afridi's birthplace is Khyber Agency, Federally Administered Tribal Areas, Pakistan.
How Tall is Shahid Afridi?
Shahid Afridi height is 6'0''.
What is Shahid Afridi Nationality?
Shahid Afridi nationality is Pakistan.
What are Shahid Afridi's Professions?
Shahid Afridi's professions are Coach, Cricket Player.
Who is Shahid Afridi's Spouse(s)?
Who is Shahid Afridi?
Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi known as Shahid Afridi, is a Pakistani former cricketer and captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. An all-rounder, Afridi was a right-handed leg spinner and a right-handed batsman.
Afridi made his ODI debut in 1996 against Kenya. In his second ODI match against Sri Lanka, he played his first international innings and broke the record for fastest century in ODI cricket (doing so in 37 deliveries). He made his Test debut against Australia in 1998. Afridi made his T20I debut against England in 2006. Afridi was named player of the tournament of the 2007 T20 World Cup. Afridi was player of the match in the final of the 2009 T20 World Cup scoring an unbeaten 54 and getting figures of 1/20 off of 4 overs as Pakistan went on to win the final. Shortly after Pakistan’s win at the 2009 World Cup, Pakistan’s captain, Younis Khan, announced his retirement from T20Is and Afridi was appointed as his successor. In 2010, Afridi was appointed Pakistan’s ODI captain after the sacking of Mohammad Yousuf. Afridi was also appointed Pakistan’s Test captain but retired from the format after one match as captain. He led the Pakistan team in the 2011 Cricket World Cup where they reached the semi-finals before losing to rival India. In 2011, Afridi was removed as ODI captain. In 2015, Afridi retired from ODI cricket. After Pakistan’s group stage elimination from the 2016 T20 World Cup, Afridi stepped down from captaincy. He was not selected afterwards and on 19 February 2017, Afridi announced his retirement from international cricket. He made a brief return to international cricket after being selected to represent and captain the World XI against the West Indies in the 2018 Hurricane Relief T20 Challenge charity match. Following the conclusion of the match, Afridi announced his retirement from international cricket again on 31 May 2018. He served as the interim chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team for Pakistan’s series against New Zealand.
Afridi runs his own charity, the Shahid Afridi Foundation which aims to provide education and healthcare facilities. He also teamed up with UNICEF to promote the anti-polio campaign in the country. During the 2019 Coronavirus pandemic, he was involved in helping people across Balochistan during the lockdown in the country. This led to him contracting COVID-19 on 13 June 2020. Afridi was also nominated among the top 20 most charitable athletes of 2015.