Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi says he has tested positive for Covid-19 – cricket

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi on Saturday took to Twitter to substantiate that he has tested positive for Covid-19. Afridi mentioned he had been feeling unwell since Thursday. 40-year-previous Afridi is the second Pakistan worldwide cricketer after Taufeeq Umar to have tested positive for Covid-19. Taufeeq had introduced his restoration a number of days again.

 

Afridi additionally sought the blessings and prayers for his speedy restoration. “I’ve been feeling unwell since Thursday; my body had been aching badly. I’ve been tested and unfortunately I’m covid positive. Need prayers for a speedy recovery, InshaAllah,” Afirdi wrote on twitter.

At least two Pakistani first-class gamers have died from the an infection with leg-spinner Riaz Sheikh passing away in Karachi earlier this month.

Afridi, who made his debut for Pakistan again in 1996, performed 27 Tests, 398 ODIs and 99 T20Is. Afridi, who began his profession as a gap batsman, developed into an all-rounder as his profession progressed. He scored 1716, 8064 and 1416 runs in Tests, ODIs and T20Is respectively.

His greater than useful leg-spin bowling earned him 48 wickets in Tests, 395 in ODIs and 98 in T20Is. Afridi additionally led the Pakistan facet within the 2011 ODI World Cup during which they have been overwhelmed within the semi-last by eventual champions India.

Afridi held the report for scoring the quickest ODI century for a very long time earlier than New Zealand’s Corey Anderson broke it in 2014. The report for the quickest ODI hundred at present stands with South Africa’s AB de Villiers who had scored a 31-ball hundred towards West Indies in 2015.

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