Welcome to FactsWriter.com, where we uncover hidden truths in simple words.

Get ready to dive into the world of knowledge and discovery!

Shahid Afridi All Quotes and Sayings

Shahid Afridi
(Photo by Neville Hopwood/Getty Images)

Born: in Khyber Agency, Pakistan, March 01, 1975

Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi (Urdu: شاہد افریدی‎; Pashto: شاهد افریدی‎; conceived 1 March 1975), known as Shahid Afridi, is a Pakistani cricketer and the previous chief of the Pakistan public cricket crew. He is generally viewed as one of the most famous cricketers ever. An all-rounder, Afridi bowled leg turn and was perceived for his forceful batting. Afridi was additionally a world record holder, holding the record for the quickest ODI century, in 37 conveyances. The record represented 17 years prior to being broken by Corey Anderson. He additionally holds the record for having hit the most sixes throughout the entire existence of ODI cricket. Bowling-wise Afridi, who sees himself as a preferable bowler over batsman, has taken 395 wickets in ODI and 48 Test wickets. Moreover he has likewise taken 98 T20I wickets.

Afridi was player of the match in the 2009 T20 World Cup Final of the 2009 T20 World Cup scoring an unbeaten 54, having likewise been the player of the competition in the 2007 version. He drove the Pakistan group in the 2011 Cricket World Cup where they arrived at the semi-finals prior to losing to equal India. In January 2010, he was prohibited for the remainder of the series against Australia in the wake of gnawing the ball in a demonstration of ball tampering.[8] In Test’s Afridi was commander for only one match prior to leaving and resigning from the arrangement, a move which permitted Salman Butt to supplant him. After Pakistan’s gathering stage end from the 2016 T20 World Cup, Afridi said he was venturing down from captaincy yet not resigning. Anyway he was not chosen thereafter and on 19 February 2017, Afridi declared his retirement from worldwide cricket. He made a concise re-visitation of worldwide cricket in the wake of being chosen to address and skipper the World XI against the West Indies in the 2018 Hurricane Relief T20 Challenge noble cause match. Following the finish of the match, Afridi declared his retirement from global cricket on 31 May 2018.

Locally Afridi has addressed many groups. He was the chief of Peshawar Zalmi in the 2016 Pakistan Super League, having been the primary player to be picked in the opposition, and won the prize with them in 2017. He additionally addressed the Karachi Kings in 2018 and presently plays for the Multan Sultans in the PSL. He has additionally played for Hampshire scoring his main T20 century with them and is the current skipper of Galle Gladiators in the Lanka Premier League.

Away from cricket Afridi runs his own cause, the Shahid Afridi Foundation which expects to give instruction and medical services offices. He additionally collaborated with UNICEF to advance the counter polio crusade in the country. During the 2019 Coronavirus pandemic, he was engaged with aiding individuals across Balochistan during the lockdown in the country. This prompted him contracting COVID-19 on June 13, 2020. Afridi was additionally selected among the best 20 most beneficent competitors of 2015

“Whenever you feel down, always remember that Almighty Allah has better plans for you.”
(Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)

“Shahid Afridi All Quotes and Sayings”

  1. “Records are there to be broken.”
  2. “There are Millions of people in this world. Then why are you born? The reason is, Allah is expecting something from you, which is not possible by Millions.”
  3. “I will leave this shining life of cricket very soon. This bat and ball won’t save Shahid Afridi in Grave.”
  4. “I am still better than lots of players.”
  5. “I have never compared myself to anyone, but it’s hard to resist him!!”
  6. “If everything works out for me & if it’s my special day I’ll try to break AB de Villiers record for the fastest hundred.”
  7. “I believe that a sportsman should be aggressive because that is what gives him or her power to perform even in the toughest of situations.”
  8. “I love cricket and I have no intention to retire.”
  9. “Whenever you feel down, always remember that Almighty Allah has better plans for you.”
  10. “A player should never be selfish and should always contribute to team’s victory.”
  11. “I’m not Misbah, Misbah is not me.”
  12. “A lot of my family is in army and it has always been inspirational for me to see them wearing the prestigious uniforms and their disciplined lifestyle. If I wasn’t so passionate about cricket, I would have definitely been a soldier for my country.”
  13. “If I didn’t play international cricket, I would have joined the Army.”
  14. “Since my childhood, I saw my elder brothers playing cricket and that is what built my passion around it. I was enrolled in school but all my attention was on cricket.”
  15. “I never had a coach teach me, my style of batting, nor do I believe in coaching at an international level.”
  16. “Actually I started out as a fast bowler but people told me that I was chucking the ball, so i changed to spin.”
  17. “I’m not very strong mentally, I’m straight forward.”
  18. “I honestly think that my sincerity lies with my country and each and every individual who knows me will agree with this fact.
  19. “It is sad that some people in the media like to create stories to sell their media, without any real facts to back up their stories.”
  20. “Always try to understand and educate yourselves on the reasons why Allah has given your life, do that part first then enjoy the rest of life and chill out.”
  21. “Fast bowling is not an easy job. Especially if you are also a batsman as well as being a fast bowler, a fast bowler has to work harder than any other cricketer on his fitness.”
  22. “If i am ever given the captaincy, I will be very tight on my players to keep them in line.”
  23. “My daughters are very precious to me.” Ajwa and Asmara are the youngest and love to play dress-up. They have my permission to play any sport, as long as they’re indoors. Cricket? No, not for my girls.”
  24. “The reason for my age being messed up in the records is that when I first appeared for the under-14 trials, I myself really did not know my exact age.”
  25.  “I have a lot to say about my confidence, my fears, my adversaries, my ambitions, my goals and failures.”
  26. “The Indian media has a very negative approach and very negative thoughts.”
  27. “The people may not be like that, but I think the media had a very dirty role in spoiling relations between us and India.”
  28. “I just want to be given respect and dignity that every senior player deserves after serving the country for so many years.”
  29. “I try and keep it simple and wait for the right opportunity.”
  30. “I don’t think I appear very cool to people who observe me on the ground.”
  31. “I always try to do what I know best, and that is play well.”
  32. “If the captain stands still and looks clueless, then it spreads to the whole team”
  33. “The love and support I have got and get from my well-wishers and fans are enough reward for me.”
  34. “I have played 20 years of international cricket for Pakistan and not the PCB.”
  35. “I’ve not enjoyed playing anywhere as much as I have in India.”
  36. “There are cricket-loving people here, much like in Pakistan. Overall, I’ve enjoyed a lot playing in India in my cricketing career.”
  37. “My wife is from India, and I come to India a lot. I have never faced any security issue.”
  38. “I don’t really see any difference between Pakistani people and the Indians. We eat the same food, we speak the same language. I don’t really see any difference.”
  39. “Dhoni has changed the face of Indian cricket and took them to the pinnacle of success, and his captaincy will be missed by the Indian team. He has led them well in all formats.”
  40. “I have seen a lot of top players being forced to retire in not very pleasant circumstances, and I don’t want that happening to me.”
  41. “Some rivalries were personal, some professional. First, the curious case of Gambhir. Oh, poor Gautam. He & his attitude problem. He who has no personality. He who is barely a character in the great scheme of cricket. He who has no great records, just a lot of attitude.”
  42. “It’s simple: I like happy, positive people.”
  43. “I don’t want to talk about the past. I don’t live in past.”
  44. “In very few countries I enjoyed cricket more than I did in India. I would always remember the love my team and I got from the fans here.”
  45. “I thank Allah that I have been playing for Pakistan for a long time. This is a big honor for me; I had not even though so.”
  46. “The team that wins makes minimum mistakes, and the one which loses, that one makes more mistakes than the other team.”
  47. “As a captain, I am concerned about my team and how I perform. I have hopes from my own self and very high hopes from my team members.”
  48. “We have to stick to basics. Sometimes, you expect that miracles will happen, but it does not work out that way.”
  49. “In all my years of cricket, I’ve given hundreds of interviews and done dozens of TV shows, but what you will read in my memoir are the stories and thoughts I’ve never shared openly.”
  50. “They have permission to play all the indoor games they want, but my daughters are not going to be competing in public sporting activities.”

Share your Favorites short quotes in comments:

I hope you enjoyed my collection of short quotes and captions! I’m certain you discovered something you enjoyed however in the event that there is a truly wonderful Quotes and Sayings, I missed if it’s not too much trouble; try to share it below in the comments! We should attempt to make this post an ultimate collection of quotes on the Internet.

Share Your Love