Former Pakistan cricketer Shahid Afridi unveils the autobiography 'Game changer'
When Afridi's record was recorded, he was born on March 1, 1980.
Karachi Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has revealed his true age in the autobiography 'Game changer'. In it, he has given birth date 1975, but in the official record it was 1 March 1980. Afridi made the fastest ODI hundred in 37 balls against Sri Lanka in Nairobi in 1996. In such a situation, he would have been 20 or 21 years old at the time, not 16.
Afridi reached the West Indies from Nairobi after the series. Here he played under-19 series for Pakistan, while at that time he was not an under-19 player. Afridi has long gone for retirement, but during this session of Pakistan Super League (PSL) he played 8 matches for Multan Sultans and took 10 wickets. According to his autobiography, he performed such a performance at the age of 43 or 44.
Last T20 played at 40 or 41
According to 'game changer' – Afridi was born in 1975. When he announced his retirement from Test cricket in 2010, he was 34 or 35 years old. After 4 years, he returned to this format and he played only one test. When he played his last T-20 match for Pakistan in 2016, he was not 36, but 40 or 41 years old.