Afridi will play first-class T20 blast and white-ball cricket for the club until he joins up with Pakistan for international duty in mid-July.
He then struck in the 14th over and sent Luke Hollman to the pavilion, reducing Middlesex to 80/6.
Pakistani tempo bowler Shaheen Shah Afridi has signed to play for Middlesex in the 2022 season, the English Country Cricket Club announced on Wednesday.
- The 21-year-old giant left-arm fast-player.
- Plays first-class and white-ball cricket for the club until joining Pakistan for international service in mid-July.
Afridi has played 19 Tests, 28 ODIs, and 30 Twenty20 matches since making his international debut. “We absolutely delight to have secure the services of one of international cricket’s most exciting talents,” said Middlesex CEO Andrew Cornish. Shaheen is a world-class pace bowler and we are excited that he will represent us in 2022.
Play For Middlesex Next Season T20 Blast:
Shaheen said he was happy to have the chance to play at Lord’s, where Middlesex plays most of their home games. I am very excited to play for Middlesex next season, he said.
I know from my time in England that they are a fantastic country and playing at home cricket truly a dream come true. Shaheen Shah Afridi became the first Pakistan player to achieve the feat of scalping four wickets in four balls. He also became the overall 7th player to touch this milestone.
- After recording a disappointing 1 for 191 in his first six outings,
- Afridi reacted with an incredible six-wicket move to end Hampshire’s losing streak.
- Afridi, for his massacre, was named Man of the Match when he records impressive numbers on 6/19 at the Rose Bowl, Southampton.
Bottom Of The Southern Group And T20 Blast:
With this victory, Hampshire ended their sad run of the tournament. They managed to record just two wins in 10 games of their campaign and ended up at the bottom of the Southern Group with just five points.
The last international task of the left arm pacers was against England, as Pakistan took them on tour in three tests and as many T20Is. In the third and final T20 blast of the series at Old Trafford, Afridi had pushed aside two wickets as he closed 28 runs in his magic.