Shahid Afridi wrong birthday record
He gave the record for his wrong birthday on record
Shahid Afridi: Shahid Afridi said that when he scored a hundred in 37 balls in Norfolk in 1996-97, according to official statistics, he was 16 years old but in fact, he was 19 years old (21 according to the autobiography ‘Game changer’).
Shahid Afridi: Former Pakistan captain and all-rounder Shahid Afridi had recently revealed in his autobiographical game Changer that when he played his first ODI match for Pakistan, he was 19 years old Not 16 years. Afridi’s date of birth was stated in the official record of March 1, 1980. Afridi has now given a clean sweep about this misunderstanding about the age. As Shahid, when he participated in the National Under 14 Trial, there was no information of his real age, and for this reason, all the “misunderstanding” began.
Shahid Afridi (Shahid Afridi) said in the name of ‘Boom-Boom Afridi’ for his aggressive batting, that when he scored a hundred in 37 balls in Nairobi in 1996-97, according to official figures, his age was 16 years but in fact he 19 years (according to the biography ‘game changer’ 21). He said that he does not have any objection to talking about his age in autobiography. With this, he confirmed that the first edition records the wrong year of his birth.
Afridi (Shahid Afridi) said in an interview with the Pakistani TV channel, “The reason for my age in the records is that when I first went for the under 14 trial, I did not even know my actual age. So when the selectors asked me about my age, then I gave them the information and other people gave me it. In the record of the Cricket Board, this age has been officially registered and misunderstood. ‘ He said, “I do not have any problem because the record of the fastest ODI century since 1996 was my name and no matter how old my age was.” (input language)
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