The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), taking a new approach to getting their players ready for the ICC World Cup 2015, have fined 12 cricketers for failing to achieve the required fitness level as per their contracts.
Shahid Afridi was the only player to pass 50 in either match and takes this week's award. His innings of 52 not out from 33 balls in yesterday's second Twenty20 International was the main contribution to the visitors' ultimately match-winning first innings total of 122 for six, while his two wickets with the ball ensured Sri Lanka never came close to chasing it down.
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has reportedly made himself available to play One-Day International cricket once again.
The 31-year-old declared himself retired from all international cricket following a tour of the West Indies when he was dropped as captain following disagreements with then coach Waqar Younis.
Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi is set to feature for Hampshire in their Friends Life t20 quarter-final, the club has confirmed.
Afridi missed the final match of the group stage of the competition following the death of his father but has since expressed his intention to play for the Royals once again.