Boom Boom Afridi has expresses his view to quit One Day Internationals after the upcoming World Cup 2015 which will begin on February 14 jointly in Australia and New Zealand.
Explosive batsman and all-rounder of Pakistan cricket team Shahid Afridi expressed his desire to retire from ODIs but will play T20 internationals till T20 World Cup which will be held in India in 2016. Afridi has been recently appointed as the captain of Pakistan T20 team.
35 years old Afridi has played 389 ODIs till the date and has scored 7870 runs with an average of 23.49 and strike rate of 116.29. In the same number of matches he has taken 391 wickets with an average of 33.89.
Afridi had the fastest century in his name for more than 17 years before it was broken by Corey Anderson this January. Afridi had scored century on 37 balls while Anderson was just one ball less to break the record set by Afridi.