Many of the stars have written autobiographical books. For the reader, the story of the life of a playful person and the personal life of the play was highlighted. Now another person joins the autobiographical book authors list. The full name is Sahebzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi, the devotees call themselves 'Boom Boom'. The reader must have understood, the whole world is known as Shahid Afridi, one of the world's most famous cricketers. The all-rounder has turned several matches in one hand right handed. The name of his autobiography is also very capable, the 'game changer'.
Afridi's autobiography 'Game changer' will be available in the market on April 30. It is known in the book that many events of career, untold words, various fascinating experiences and controversial issues will be highlighted for the reader. Pakistan's most popular TV presenter and broadcaster Wajahat Khan helped Afridi write his autobiography According to media sources, there is a lot of unimportant batting career in the book.
Afridi made his international debut in October 1996. Afridi, who was just 16 at the age of 16 due to injuries suffered by veteran Mushtaq Ahmed, was called to the Pakistan squad as the legspinner. But not because of the legspin bowling, Afridi, who used to play bat, took the world's attention away from the world's attention. As a pinch heater in 1997, he got the opportunity to bat at number three in an ODI against Sri Lanka in Nairobi. In the same match, he scored the fastest century in just 37 balls and recorded the world record. The record survived for 17 years.
Afridi, who came to the world in the world record and the discussion in the world, did not look back. 'Boom Bum' starring star has played 27 Tests, 398 one-dayers and 99 Twenty-T20 matches for Pakistan. Right-hander All-rounder took 11,196 runs for Pakistan with 541 international wickets as well. Although he retired from all forms of international cricket in 2018, he is still playing in different franchises in the world. Afridi achieved the glory of captaining Pakistan in his career.
Afridi has witnessed many events in almost 20 years of international career and various league matches. In his autobiography, he will present those events. Readers will have to wait for some days to learn these strange stories, and reader will be waiting for some time.