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Afridi set to miss World XI-Windies charity match

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Shahid Afridi retired from international cricket in March 2016

Shahid Afridi retired from world cricket in March 2016 © Getty

Pakistan allrounder Shahid Afridi is set to miss the charity match at Lord’s between World XI and Windies on May 31. The 38-year-old, who was once anticipated to make a temporary one-off comeback to world cricket, by means of the T20 recreation, is convalescing from a knee damage.

Afridi, on Twitter, claimed that he’s going to be wanting every other three-four weeks to recuperate totally. With the charity match, this is being held to carry finances for the reconstruction of the venues within the Caribbean islands that had been broken through Hurricanes Irma and Maria ultimate 12 months, scheduled to be held two weeks from now, Afridi seems to be positive to miss the conflict.

Bangladesh allrounder Shakib Al Hasan has already pulled out of the competition bringing up non-public causes whilst the ICC added Nepal’s younger spin sensation Sandeep Lamichhane to the World XI squad. England’s Eoin Morgan will lead the squad that has some star-studded names from the world over.

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