Afridi apologizes, not retiring
Shahid Afridi has apologized to nation over bad performance.
Afridi told media on Saturday that he apologized to the nation for his bad performance and would try to give his best in the next matches.
He said that he has no plan to retire from the international cricket so far.
Shahid Afridi’s insipid performance has been a letdown for Pakistan in the World Twenty20.
The former captain played a poor shot to be bowled out on the first delivery he faced against Rangana Herath with Pakistan struggling during their chase of 140 runs for a place in Sunday’s final.
Afridi, who 16 years ago on the same day struck the fastest century in 50-over cricket against the same opponents, took the prized wicket of Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene on Thursday but has been cold with both bat and ball in the tournament.