Shahid Afridi and Gautam Gambhir.
The former Pakistan skipper wrote on Twitter, "I've been feeling unwell since Thursday; my body had been aching badly". I have been tested and unfortunately I'm covid positive. "Need prayers for a speedy recovery, InshaAllah", he tweeted to inform his fans about the same.
The cricketer featured in 27 Test matches and played 398 One Day Internationals, alongside 99 T20 Internationals.
In his career in Cricket, Afridi's bowling was the most talked-about compared to his batting and fielding skills. He might have retired from global cricket his popularity in the sub-continent has not dipped.
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Journalist Fifi Haroon also prayed for the cricketer's health. "I am sure you will fight the virus and will defeat it soon".
Afridi also fell just short of making 100 T20 global appearances for Pakistan, having retired in 2017 with 99 20-over matches to his name. "Prayers are for your long, healthy life".
- Imad Wasim (@simadwasim) June 13, 2020Allah paak apni rahmat farmaen Aameen.
The Pakistan all-rounder, famous for his big-hitting, retired from worldwide cricket in 2017. He had already quit Tests in 2010 and ODI cricket after the 2015 World Cup. "Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi has joined the good cause, picking up the bat on behalf of his charity foundation", the ICC tweeted. Zafar Sarfraz, the former first-class cricketer who died of the disease, was the first.