Two cricketing legends, Haris Rauf and Shaheen Afridi, are saying goodbye to their respective teams as The Hundred event nears its halfway point in order to begin their national service duties. Both athletes posted their thanks on social media in a spirit of gratitude and cooperation.
Rauf and Afridi each put on a display in six games while also turning in strong performances in The Hundred. With his best bowling figures of 3/27, Haris Rauf’s fast bowling netted him five wickets at an average of 24.60 and an economy rate of 7.38. Shaheen Afridi’s contributions, on the other hand, included six wickets and a best bowling average of 2/22. His strength on the pitch was furthered by his average of 21.00 and economy rate of 7.56.
Haris Rauf, recognised for He expressed his gratitude in a poignant tweet, which showcased his blistering pace and wicket-taking skills: “It was fantastic to experience this competition! I appreciate being here, @thehundred. I wish my team, @welshfire, would win but I couldn’t stay for the final! I must now on to my next assignment. Rauf’s words perfectly captured his happy recollections and his hopes for the success of his team.
The national colours will now be worn by both players as they accept their next tasks. A three-match ODI series between Pakistan and Afghanistan is scheduled to take place from August 22 to August 26. The Asia Cup 2023, a major tournament co-hosted by Pakistan and Sri Lanka, will be preceded by this series.
The cricketing world is anticipating the upcoming matches and the explosive match. of titans, players like Haris Rauf and Shaheen Afridi continue to contribute to the improvement of cricket. Their seamless transfers from The Hundred to national responsibilities highlight their unshakable dedication to upholding their nation’s reputation for excellence and representing it abroad.