Pakistan all rounder Sahibzada Shahid Khan Afridi, declared his retirement from worldwide cricket, doing as such shut the ways to one of the most renowned vocations, the cricketing scene has ever observed.


Here are a portion of the records set by one of Pakistan’s most mysterious cricketers ever.


Youngest century creator


Shahid Afridi thumped the cricketing entryways with a blast, after he arrived at the three digit figure, at just 16yr 217days of age against Sri Lanka.


Afridi scored his first century in Test cricket at 18 years old yr 333 days against India, turning into the seventh most youthful batsmen to accomplish the feat.


 Fastest Century


The quick and enraged Shahid Afridi, crushed his first historically speaking century against Srilanka, confronting only 37 balls. The record of the quickest ODIs century represented over 16 years, before it was broken by NewZealands CJ Anderson who scored a hundred playing only 36 balls.


 Most Sixes in ODI


Shahid Afridi isn’t called Boom to no end, as he holds the record of hitting most number of sixes in ODIs. Afridi has crushed 351 sixes in his ODI profession, 81 sixes more than he second on the rundown Sanath Jayasuriya.


 Most Man of the Match Awards for Pakistan


Shahid Afridi has won the man of the match grant somewhere in the range of multiple times in his profession, the most by any Pakistani player. Saeed Anwar is second on the rundown with 28 Man of the Match Awards.


Top Wicket Taker


Afridi has taken 395 wickets in his 20 years of ODI vocation, Lala is put fifth on the record-breaking wicket taker list. He is third most astounding wicket taker for Pakistan after the two Ws Wasim and Waqar.


 Only player to take more than 350 wicket and scored 8,000 runs.


A veritable all rounder with in excess of 8,000 Runs and 395 Wickets in ODIs, Shahid Afridi remains the main player in the history to accomplish this accomplishment.

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