Nadia Shahid is Shahid Afridi’s wife. Shahid Afridi is a Pakistani cricketer. Nadia Shahid or Nadia Afridi was born in Pakistan on January 29, 1984. Her parents’ names don’t appear to be well-known. She married Pakistani cricketer Shahid Afridi on October 21, 2000. They have five daughters: Aqsa, Asmara, Ajwa, Ansha, and one more baby.
Nadia Afridi Twitter
Nadia Shahid Afridi is quite popular on social media and she has a large following on such platforms. She has more than 131k followers on twitter. She joined twitter in 2014 and follows only 21 people. Among the people she is following are Shahid Afridi and some other Pakistani cricketers. She is also following Peter Mackler Award of Courage and Ethical Journalism 2014 winner journalist Asma Shirazi. Nadia Afridi follows the Prime Minister of Pakistan also. She has her daughter’s picture as her profile picture.
Family of Nadia Afridi
Not much is known about her family other than her husband and five childrens. She has mentioned on her twitter account that she is the mother of five childrens. As we all know Shahid is a popular cricketer and that might have helped her gain popularity on social media.
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Shahid Afridi, husband of Nadia Afridi also known as Sahibzada Mohammad Shahid Khan Afridi, is a Pakistani cricketer and former captain of the Pakistan national cricket team. He was born on March 1, 1975. Afridi is largely regarded as one of the most popular and dangerous cricketers in the world. Afridi, an all-rounder who bowled leg spin and was known for his aggressive hitting, was an all-rounder who bowled leg spin.
Afridi was also a global record holder for the fastest ODI century, which he achieved in 37 deliveries. Corey Anderson shattered the record, which had stood for 17 years.
He also holds the record for hitting the most sixes in ODI cricket history. Afridi, who considers himself a better bowler than a batsman, has 395 ODI wickets and 48 Test wickets to his name. In addition, he has 98 T20I wickets to his credit.
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Afridi was named player of the match in the 2009 T20 World Cup Final, scoring an undefeated 54, and was also named player of the tournament in the previous edition. He captained Pakistan to the semi-finals of the 2011 Cricket World Cup, when they were defeated by India.
He was suspended for the remainder of the series against Australia in January 2010 after biting the ball in an act of ball tampering. Afridi was only captain for one Test match before quitting and retiring from the format, allowing Salman Butt to take his place. After Pakistan’s defeat from the 2016 T20 World Cup in the group stage, Afridi said that he would step down as captain but not retire.
After failing to be selected, Afridi announced his retirement from international cricket on February 19, 2017. After being selected to represent and captain the World XI against the West Indies in the 2018 Hurricane Relief T20 Challenge charity match, he made a temporary return to international cricket.
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