Shaheen Afridi, the young bowler of the Pakistan cricket team, made his debut in international cricket in the year 2018 and since then he has been counted among the best fast bowlers in the world for his talent and superb bowling. The left-arm fast bowler got a place in the national team after the Junior World Cup in 2018 and also made his Test debut despite having experienced only three first-class matches.
Shaheen Afridi has played 15 Tests, 22 ODIs and 21 T20I matches for the Pakistan cricket team so far, taking a total of 117 wickets in all three. He is also playing in the Pakistan Super League and is currently part of the Lahore Kaldar team. Now playing for Multan team for Lahore team in PSS, he made a name for himself and became the first fastest bowler in the world to take 100 T20 wickets at the age of 20.
Shahid Afridi was 20 years and 326 days old on the day he took 100 wickets in T20I, surpassing Indian bowler Jaspreet Bumrah. Before Afridi, Bumrah was a young fast bowler who took 100 wickets in T20I. Bumrah made his T20I debut at the age of 19 and made his name at the age of 23 years 57 days. Now Shaheen Afridi has set a new bench mark by leaving Bumrah behind which will not be easy for any fast bowler to break.
Shaheen Afridi made his T20I debut in February 2013 from Lahore Kaldar. A month later, he also made his T20 international debut against the West Indies. In terms of his T20 career, he has taken 100 wickets in 74 T20 matches so far and his best performance has been 6 for 19.