Pakistan's Shahid Afridi was given a "guard of honor" in the T20 match played at the Lord's Stadium on Thursday between the West Indies and World XI team.
Afridi, who retired from international cricket, led the World XI team in this match. Although his team (World XI) suffered a 72-run defeat in the match, Afridi won everyone's heart with his generosity. Afridi, captain of World XI, who scored 11 runs in his last international innings, donated $ 20,000 on behalf of his foundation in the Hurricane Relief Fund.
Apart from this, all the players donated their match fees to charity. This former Pakistani captain Afridi said that he would remember this honor very much. Afridi said, "That's something I'll never forget. For that to happen at the home of cricket, it's massive. The cause was everything tonight, and to have been able to help, it's fantastic." "Thanks to everyone who came out and supported this," he added.
Well, former England captain and commentator Nasser Hussain when asked Afridi if he had any plans of a comeback. Afridi's reply is something that made Hussain laugh at loud.
Check the video here:
In the video, we can see Afridi put his left hand on Hussain's shoulder and replied: "No that's it. You can see my situation with the injury."
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