As per the CRICKET NEWS, the all-rounder from the Pakistan Cricket team made a statement that he is still focusing on the game and haven’t even thought regarding his retirement.
Afridi is one of the senior most player in the squad and he was also called the backbone of the team, his intentions are very much clear regarding the game and he is focusing as much as possible for the lad.
"I don't think my career is over and I am enjoying myself and I will continue to play at the highest level. As far as Pakistan selection is concerned that is for the selectors to decide," he said.
As per the sources and reports it was nullified earlier this year that Afridi has asked for a farewell match from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), and it was than concluded with the thought that he will playing for the final time for Pakistan against West Indies in a T20 match but at the end it all came out as a waived up news.
"I have played 20 years of international cricket for Pakistan and not the PCB. And I am not dependent on anyone for a match. The love and support I have got and get from my well wishers and fans is enough reward for me," Afridi told the media in Peshawar.
The aggressive all-rounder surrendered as the captain of Pakistan's T20 set-up after their early exit in the World T20 2016 held in India. Afridi has represented Pakistan in 398 One-Day Internationals (ODIs), 17 Tests and 98 T20Is.
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