He’s the heartthrob of millions of people around the world. Shahid Afridi, a man who does not need an introduction has hit the headlines once again. Boom Boom Afridi will be seen in Pakistan Super League’s 3rd edition in 2018 again.
It is confirmed that Shahid Afridi has transferred to Karachi Kings from Peshawar Zalmi, the side he won the second instalment of PSL in 2017.
The BLOCKBUSTER Trade of the Year!
Karachi Kings clinches Boom Boom Afridi in return for their Gold and Silver pick! ? pic.twitter.com/KF34xhYQ5f
— PakistanSuperLeague (@thePSLt20) October 3, 2017
Our very own tournament has hit an incredible height of success in 2 years and we are geared up for the enthralling action that shall take place in the following year. Shahid Afridi’s transfer has been good and bad news for many Karachi Kings fans. You can’t miss out on what our fellow Pakistanis have to say about it…
Sit back, relax and enjoy these reactions…
With Lala in karachi kings, we will either win the psl trophy or be the second team knocked out of the tournament. No in between.
— nma (@namaloomafraaad) October 3, 2017
Not sure what to say about this one
Lowkey wanna cry cause never in my dreams did i even think that I would support Karachi kings.The things you go through as an Afridi fan smh
— Maryam (@BefourMaryam) October 3, 2017
Imagine Afridi and Gayle batting together and hitting it all over the place
Imagine bhi naee horaha ye tou ? https://t.co/O3YAgvgQrk
— کاظمی (@HaayeShabbir) October 3, 2017
Ah, come on
Worst thing to happen to Karachi after Altaf Hussain https://t.co/h39GOs9tWm
— Osama. (@ashaqeens) October 3, 2017
Oh, the inevitable!
— Maham . (@DheetAfridian) October 3, 2017
All eyes on Kieron Pollard once again?
Shahid Afridi to Karachi kings? Really? Just took down our chances to 5%. #KarachiKings
— Ahsan ?? (@EZ4Ahsan) October 3, 2017
Karachi Kings suck. Even with Afridi. Period.
— عادل (@aurAdil) October 3, 2017
Ohhh myyy Godddddd
Well, Afridi is not that bad, so why are people losing their minds over it? He performed incredibly well in the bygone edition of PSL and we must forget he monumentally steered Peshawar Zalmi towards victory. We can at least expect a good number of sixes and just imagine if a partnership between Chris Gayle and Afridi works out!
Let’s wish Afridi a great luck ahead of PSL