Pakistani former cricketer Sahid Afridi tests positive as his report on COVID test is out.
A recent report has revealed his health report through the twitter handle. Saying “I’ve been feeling unwell since Thursday; my body and head had been aching badly. I’ve been tested and unfortunately, I’m COVID positive after the test. Need prayers for a speedy recovery,” wrote the former Pakistan skipper on his official Twitter handle.
Pakistan has recently seen a sharp surge in the Corona case. As per the report the situation there is out of control, which needs further restrictions soon.
As per the information Afridi was involve in a recent cricket match in March. Afridi is also actively involve in his charity work as the head of a foundation name after him in Pakistan.
Following the coronavirus outbreak, that was in peak. He was observe outdoors on many occasions, mainly for his charity work. But we all his fans wish him a speedy recovery from the virus so that again he is back to his charity work, a help towards needy.
Let’s get closer to the man Afridi, Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi, best known as Boom Boom, is a Pakistani international cricketer, and now a former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team.
As a successful all-rounder, Sahid Afridi was respect for his consistent bowling that relied on a change of pace rather than spin, but he drew greater attention for his aggressive batting style that always attracted the fans.
Afridi was the world record holder for the fastest ODI century in 37 deliveries and holds the distinction of having hit the most sixes in the history of ODI cricket till date.