Shaheen Afridi became the fastest bowler to complete 100 wickets in the fewest matches

Shaheen Afridi became the fastest bowler to complete 100 wickets in the fewest matches, and Pakistani pacer Shaheen Afridi has become the pacer to complete 100 wickets in the fewest matches.

Mitchell Starc, who had accomplished this feat in 52 matches, was passed, Shane Bond and Mustafizur Rahman, having accomplished this feat in 54 and 54 matches respectively, are in third place.

Earlier, Shaheen Afridi overtook former bowler Mohammad Amir to become the left-arm pacer who took the most international wickets for Pakistan after Wasim Akram.

The 23-year-old pacer achieved this feat during the 18th match of the World Cup against Australia in Bengaluru on October 20. Shaheen Afridi had taken 259 wickets before the match against Australia, which was the same as Amir’s. Wale is second only to the legendary Wasim Akram among left-arm bowlers, with 264 international wickets.

Shaheen Afridi now has a total of 268 international wickets in 129 matches (147 innings) while Amir has 259 wickets in 147 matches (177 innings).

Wasim Akram took 916 wickets with his magical left hand in 460 matches (532 innings). Shaheen Afridi took career-best figures of 6/35 against Bangladesh during the 2019 tournament, making him only the second person after his father-in-law Shahid Afridi to take 5 or more catches twice in World Cup cricket. Became a Pakistani player.

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