Former Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi announced on Friday his decision to leave the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Peshawar Zalmi.
The 37-year-old, who was the captain of the franchise in the first edition and later transferred the position to 2016 World T20 winning West Indies captain Darren Sammy for the second edition, cited personal reasons for his separation from the team.
"Won the trophy with one team, time for another. I am announcing my end of service as president and player of Peshawar Zalmi team due to personal reasons," he tweeted.
Won d 🏆 with 1 team,Time for another.Im announcing my end of service as president&player of PeshawarZalmi Team due to my personal reasons1/2— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) March 24, 2017
Boom Boom wished luck to the Zalmi team, saying his fans will follow him wherever he will go.
My best wishes with Peshawar Zalmi nd as far as my Peshawar fans r concerned I know they are with me wherever i go.— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) March 24, 2017
Afridi scored 177 runs in 10 matches in PSL2 for Peshawar, becoming the fifth highest scorer for the franchise with an average of 25.28. He also contributed with the ball taking only two wickets in the 10 outings.
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