T20 Blast – Afridi Smashes Century Off 42 Balls In County Match

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Afridi 42 balls century is a hot potato due to getting a latest fast score by the player into a domestic game. In the NatWest T20 Blast, in which Shahid Afridi the Pakistani all-rounder was playing the final match. At the same time, he wiped out the dreams of the Derbyshire to reach the final of NatWest T20 Blast. Shahid Afridi was a playing from Hampshire and takes part in all of their 249 scores adding 42 balls century. Furthermore, it is the highest number of the score from Hampshire in T20.

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Moreover, Afridi 42 balls century indicates that he was in the past like form, full of an energy player and hits 7 six in addition to 10 fours. Whereas, Afridi has been announced his retirement from international cricket in February of this year.

In the past, he has done fastest one-day scores 102 scores on 37 balls. Besides, it was 17 years ago, playing against Sri Lanka when Afridi set this record. The match was held in Nairobi in 1996. In this match, the team score is the highest ever score at Derby as well as it was the 4th highest one score within T20 domestic matches.

Shahid Afridi is well known for his aggressive playing style, his energetic hits. He was born on 1st of March in 1980. He starts his international cricket career form 1996 when he plays into the team for Sameer Cup 1996-97. In the first match, he has added to the team as a leg spinner. However, the first game of his life in which he plays full fledge. He made the fastest 37 balls century of ODI and broke all records. Whereas, he was at the time just 16 years old. As a result, he’s counted as the youngest player to achieve this reward. However, he has now announced retirement from international cricket.

He has played in Pakistan Super League from the team Peshawar Zalmi. In addition, Peshawar Zalmi won the PSL 2017 Edition. Besides, he has declared to leave Peshawar Zalmi as well.

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