Cricketing fraternity wishes a speedy recovery to Shahid Afridi

Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi speaks during a press conference to present his autobiography in Karachi on May 4, 2019. - When Pakistan's Shahid Afridi smashed a 37-ball century against Sri Lanka in 1996, he not only registered the fastest-ever one-day ton, he also became the youngest player to score 100 runs in an international. Or did he? In a new autobiography, the fiery all-rounder says he was aged 19 when he blasted onto the world stage with his record-breaking innings, and not 16 as history suggests. (Photo by RIZWAN TABASSUM / AFP)

The cricketing fraternity has wished a speedy recovery to former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi from coronavirus.

Cricketers and institutions took to Twitter to extend their wishes.

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi had revealed that he was feeling unwell and was tested positive for the disease.

The all-rounder was busy in philanthropic work during the pandemic situation which has affected millions of people in the country.

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He distributed food items and rations to affected families through the Shahid Afridi Foundation.


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