Shahid Afridi’s “Khat” is the most famous beard in the history of mankind. A survey conducted by Not-Survey-Savvy says that over 3 million teenagers in Pakistan and about 1.5 million teenagers in the UK (Pakistan origin, obviously), have copied his “Khat.” Also, he is the youngest man ever to have “Khat.” Our statistician tells us that he was only “16”. Well, this is one record that no one could ever break. Yes, not even Sachin. Well played, Shahid Afridi.
Shahid Afridi also holds the record for the least number of “retirement announcements,” in the game of cricket. Afridi has made only 11 announcement, so far. And, for this reason, he is also known as “man of his word,” in the world of cricket.
Shahid Afridi’s customary celebration-pose has now become the most copied pose, ever. Not-Survey-Savvy have been doing many surveys on Afridi, and their latest report says, “Afridi pose is now, the most copied pose. In a very close contest, Afridi pose has defeated the Statue of Liberty.” Congratulations, Shahid Afridi.
Shahid Afridi’s number 10 jersey is the most popular number 10 jersey in the world. Beating Sachin Tendulkar and Lionel Messi, Afridi’s number 10 jersey is now, the most loved number 10 jersey. Shabash, Shabash!
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) have announced that Shahid Afridi will be included in the ICC Hall of Fame. This announcement came after Shahid Afridi made an absolute mess of the DRS system by reviewing unsuccessfully, that too, in the most arrogant manner. The BCCI have also decided that Shahid Afridi will be the brand ambassador of their campaign against DRS.
In a very candid interview, the Black Eyed Peas confessed that, Shahid “Boom Boom” Afridi was the inspiration behind their famous song “boom boom pow.” After this interview, many big stars including Lady Gaga, want to meet Shahid Afridi.