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Will take retirement after World T20: Afridi

AUCKLAND: Pakistan T20 captain Shahid Afridi has indicated that he will take retirement from International T20 cricket after World T20 which is going to be played in March 2016 at India.

While talking to media in Auckland, New Zealand Shahid Afridi said that they will try to give their best in New Zealand tour and to win the T20 series.

Afridi while answering abou Mohammad Amir said that ‘he is one of the best bowler of the world and improving day by day.’

Shahid Afridi said that he wants to raise the Pakistani flag on the Indian soil during the T20 world cup in India in 2016 which will be his last international event.

Earlier Shahid Afridi took retirement from One Day International (ODIs) last year after ODI World Cup 2015.

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