Shahid Afridi joins Karachi Kings

Franchise owner announces the news on his official twitter account

Sports Desk April 07, 2017

Former Pakistan T20I captain Shahid Afridi has joined Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Karachi Kings, owner Salman Iqbal confirmed on Friday.

Earlier, the star all-rounder left his old franchise Peshawar Zalmi after having differences with owner Javed Afridi last month.

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Salman in a tweet posted on his official account, welcomed the 37-year-old as Karachi Kings' president.

Afridi has represented Pakistan in 98 T20Is, where he scored 1,405 runs and claimed 97 wickets.

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The veteran all-rounder represented Peshawar Zalmi in 20 matches during two editions of the PSL, where he scored 264 runs and claimed 12 wickets.


vijay ramesh | 4 years ago | Reply See the difference between BCCI & PCB. When a legend like Afridi is so close to taking 100 Wickets (just 3 short) and played in 98 Test matches, he has resigned from International Cricket and PCB has not stopped him from completing the 'landmark' 100 Number in his Cricketing career. What a shame when in India this would have just not happened with any of their cricket legends which we all know.
MJ-Sid | 4 years ago | Reply Oh God Noooooo!!!
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