Star all-rounder Shahid Afridi reported Saturday that he is going separate ways with Peshawar Zalmi, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) establishment he has played for the two periods of the competition. The player took to Twitter to settle on open his choice, saying he was closure his administrations as president and player of Peshawar Zalmi inferable from “individual reasons”.
“I’m declaring my end of administration as president and player of Peshawar Zalmi Team because of my own reasons,” he composed. The veteran cricket said he was sure his Zalmi fans will bolster him for all his vocation decisions.
Afridi indicated he may play for another establishment in the PSL one year from now, saying that he won the trophy for one group, “time for another”. He likewise passed on his all the best to Peshawar Zalmi, who were delegated PSL champs a month ago.
The colorful all-rounder gave over the captaincy to West Indian Darren Sammy before the begin of the second version of PSL after he was named leader of Peshawar Zalmi. Afridi had not possessed the capacity to play in the exceptionally foreseen PSL 2 last between Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators because of a hand damage.
Afridi declared his retirement from universal cricket a month ago, finishing a celebrated and some of the time questionable 21-year profession. The 36-year-old star had as of now quit Tests in 2010 and ODI cricket after the 2015 World Cup yet at the same time skippered the Pakistan Twenty20 group at the 2016 big showdowns in India.