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The Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi on Saturday took to Twitter to confirm that he has tested positive for Covid-19.Afridi said he had been feeling unwell since Thursday.40-year-old Afridi is the second Pakistan international cricketer after Taufeeq Umar to have tested positive for Covid-19.Afridi also sought in the blessings and prayers for his speedy recovery.Taufeeq had announced his recovery a few days back.

His more than handy leg-spin bowling earned him 48 wickets in Tests 395 in ODIs and 98 in T20Is.Afridi also led the Pakistan side in the 2011 ODI World Cup in which they were beaten in the semi-final by eventual champions India.Afridi held the record for scoring the fastest ODI century for a long time before New Zealands Corey Anderson broke it in 2014.The record for the fastest ODI hundred currently stands with South Africas AB de Villiers who had scored a 31 balls the hundred against West Indies in 2015.

Last month Shahid Afridi had stepped in to buy a bat owned by Bangladeshs Mushfiqur Rahim after a charity auction for coronavirus victims was derailed by fake bids.Mushfiqur put the bat he used to score Bangladeshs first Test double hundred in 2013 against Sri Lanka up for the highest bidder online this week.Pakistan di mashoor balebaz Shahid Afridi di report aaj Positive aai hai te dasea ja reha hai crona de lassan han.Video dekho te share kro vad to vad te eh video social media te bhot hi jada viral ho reha hai.But organisers called off the auction as fake offers sent the price soaring over USD 50000.

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