Srinagar, 31 August: Though nothing can be said to be permanent when it comes to Shahid Afridi, especially when it about his retirement from Cricket , but this time the former Pakistan skipper has hinted that he may retirement from all forms of cricket after next years Pakistan Super League.
Afridi, who is currently with Multan Sultans and spent two seasons at Peshawar Zalmi and one at Karachi Kings has also expressed his desire to represent Quetta Gladiators, in his final season.
“Maybe this ends up being my last PSL,” Afridi told reporters on Tuesday .
“I would like to play for Quetta Gladiators this season, provided Multan allow me to leave. If Nadeem Omar and Quetta’s owners want to have me, I would love to represent them.”
Afridi last played international cricket for Pakistan more than five years ago in 2016, but has continued to take part in the PSL ever since its inception.
Afridi has 44 wickets in 50 PSL games at an economy rate of 6.97.
While relatively less successful with the bat, he has still had an impact. His 465 runs have come at a strike rate of 153.46 – only Kieron Pollard (166.24), Luke Ronchi (166.12) and Asif Ali (164.29) top that for those with at least 30 innings.
With Inputs From ESPNCricinfo