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

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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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