PESHAWAR, 30 April: National T-20 cricket team captain Shahid Khan Afridi has decided to retire from T-20 cricket after ODIs and Test cricket.

Afridi told a press conference in Karachi today that he will retire from T-20 cricket after T-20 World Cup to be held in next year in India.

He said he wants to win the next T-20 World Cup for Pakistan. He said he will continue to play league cricket after retirement.

Afridi has represented Pakistan in 78 T20s, scoring at an average of 18.91 with a strike rate of 145.15. He has also bagged 81 wickets.

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