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Shahid Afridi: former all rounder of Pakistan Shahid Afridi completed a century of ducks in competitive cricket. | Afridi completes a century of being dismissed for zero, unable to open account 44 times in international matches

Ravi Bopara of Rajshahi Royals sent Shahid Afridi to pavilion in Bangladesh Premier League
Former Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya was out for zero 34 times in ODIs.

Dainik BhaskarDec 14, 2019, 03:05 PM IST Sports Desk. Shahid Afridi, former captain of Pakistan cricket team, has an embarrassing record. Afridi has been out for zero 100 times in international and league cricket so far. In other words, he has completed a century of getting out on zero. Currently, the former Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) playing all-rounder could not open an account against the Rajshahi Royals on Friday, thus registering an unsolicited record.

The report on this record of Afridi was published in Outpakistan newspaper 'The Express Tribune' at 44 times in international cricket. According to this, Afridi has been out in international cricket 44 times without opening an account. Popularly known as Lala, Shahid returned to the pavilion without bothering the scorer 30 times in ODI cricket, 6 in Test cricket and 8 in T20. The remaining 56 matches which he got out to zero were first class, List A and T20 league matches. Sri Lanka's former captain Sanath Jayasuriya is the batsman with the most dismissals in ODIs. He was a victim of this problem 34 times. Both Afridi and Jayasuriya have retired from international cricket.

Legendary all-rounder Shahid Afridi sets embarrassing record, completed a century of ducks.Dismissed for a duck 44 times in int cricket. With 30 ducks in ODIs, 06 times in Test, 08 times in T20Is. The other 56 ducks came from First-Class, List A and T20 cricket around the world. pic.twitter.com/NpEjUgUnUt
– Syed Hasnain Abbas (@hasnainabbasyed) December 14, 2019

Shahid 44 years old, Shahid Afridi played in 27 Tests, 398 ODIs and 99 T20 matches for Pakistan. He is one of the most successful all-rounders in the country. Outside the field too, he remained in discussion for many reasons. Recently he held several rallies with Prime Minister Imran Khan on Kashmir issue. Made inflammatory statements. Revealed new facts on match fixing in his book. In this, he also told what his actual age is.

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