Announcing the return, he said, – Tell the children of today what is the speed
Shoaib Akhtar took 178 wickets in Test and 247 wickets in ODI international
Shoaib had retired from international cricket after the World Cup 2011
Sports desk Former Pakistan fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has announced his return to professional cricket on Thursday. They will not play international matches, but the league will be available for bouts. They informed Twitter that they will return to the ground on February 14. Akhtar said that he would tell the children of today what the speed of the ball is, by playing league cricket.
The fastest bowler to bowl in cricket history
161.3 kilometers / hr
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Akhtar said – I will also play league cricket
Shoaib said, "Today's children believe that they know a lot (about cricket) and they can challenge my speed too, so children, I am coming back. I will also play league cricket and I will tell them What's the speed. "
Hello 14th February is the date, mark your calendars guys I want to play with you in a league game. I have always had a chance to play in the same way. #shoaibisback #Pakistan pic.twitter.com/AbVDo7BPUB
– Shoaib Akhtar (@ shoaib100mph) February 11, 2019
Shoaib wrote, 'Hello, date is 14th February. Friends, mark your calendar. I am also coming to play this league this time. After all, these children also know what is going on in the speed. "
43-year-old Shoaib has retired from international cricket after the World Cup 2011. Since then, he has been associated with cricket as a commentator and specialist.
Shoaib Akhtar, the fastest bowler in cricket history, has taken 178 Test wickets and 247 wickets in ODIs. He has also got 19 wickets in international T20.