Shaheen Afridi makes history in T20 Impact.

Shaheen Afridi makes history
Shaheen Afridi makes history

LAHORE (Web Desk) – On Friday, Pakistani pacer Shaheen Shah Afridi played for Nottinghamshire County against Warwickshire in a T20 Blast match at Trent Bridge. He made history by playing for Nottinghamshire County.

The left-arm pacer took four wickets in the first over of the innings, putting on a great show with the ball. It is without precedent for the competition’s set of experiences that a bowler accomplished a four-wicket pull in the opening over of a game.

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With a Yorker that crushed Chris Benjamin’s toes, the 23-year-old removed opener Alex Davies, and he then sent Chris Benjamin to the pavilion for a golden duck. He later excused Dan Mousley, who played the conveyance straight under the control of Olly Stone at Cover off the fifth conveyance of the over.

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