Pakistan explosive all - rounder Shahid Afridi has quits from International Circuit.
The former Derbyshire batsman retired tests and one day international in year 2015, but needed to keep playing T20 cricket although stepping down as skipper in April 2016.
"I have said good bye to international cricket," said the former Deccan Chargers batsman, who played, 398 ODIs , 98 T20s and 27 tests.
The Peshawar Zalmi batsman said he will pursue playing domestic T20 cricket, added," I am playing for my fans and will continue for another two years."
The former Melbourne Renegades all - rounder had been a fan super star since he hammered onto the scene in 1996, scoring a record 37 - ball ton against Sri Lanka, This match was Afridi second match in his career.
The former Hampshire all - rounder become well - known as a bowling - all rounder in the second innings of his career was involved in Pakistan's early succeeds in T20, containing their 2009 T20 world cup victory where Pakistan defeats Sri Lanka in Final.