Shahid Afridi Fined For Over Speeding by Motorway Police
Legendary Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi has been fined by the motorway police. Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi was fined Rs 1,500 by police for over speeding on the highway from Lahore to Karachi. The 42-year-old Pakistani star cricketer thanked the highway police for paying the fine and advised them to treat all citizens equally.
Praising such work with the highway police, Afridi said everyone is equal in the eyes of the law. Highway police members took selfies with the former Pakistan all-rounder at the time. After handing the chalan to the Pakistani All-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi the motorway police took selfies with the world best all rounder.
The 42-year-old all-rounder was regarded as one of the most devastating batters during his career as a player. He has played for Pakistan in 398 ODIs, 99 T20Is, and 27 Tests over the course of more than two decades.
Afridi has scored 8064 runs in ODIs, including six centuries. In fact, he owns the record for the third-fastest century in One-Day Internationals. In 1996, the all-rounder reached the century against Sri Lanka in just 37 balls.
He has performed nearly identical actions on several times. In the 2005 ODI series against India, Afridi reached a century in just 45 deliveries. Afridi has taken five-wicket hauls in the 50-over format on nine times, with his best bowling stats being 7/12. In ODIs, he has taken 395 wickets in total.
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