‘I wish to play my last PSL next year’ Shahid Afridi


Former International cricketer Shahid Afridi hinted towards retiring from cricket after Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 7.

While talking to media at a local function in Karachi, Afridi said that maybe the next PSL will be his last appearance in cricket.

“I wish to play my last PSL next year. I know my body and all, so let’s see,” he shared. “The team is not decided yet but I wish to play my last PSL from Quetta Gladiators. No doubt, Multan Sultans’ owners are so kind but if they release me, I will join Quetta Gladiators,” he added.

Afridi thanked his fans for supporting him throughout his career. “My fans are the reason why I am still playing cricket. They still want me to see in action and that motivates me,” he said.

“I have reduced playing cricket because of the bio-secure bubble because I can only tolerate two days in the bubble not more than that. So, let’s see what happens,” he concluded.

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