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| Afridiís shirt to be placed in Lordís museum|
| Updated at: 2119 PST, Monday, July 27, 2009|
LONDON: Holder of many cricket records Shahid Afridi will become the first Pakistani cricketer whose shirt will be placed in the historic museum of Lordís.
Allrounder Shahid Afridi had helped Pakistan win by six wickets against Sri Lanka in the final of the World Twenty20 Cup at Lordís on June 21.
The management of Lordís have decided to preserve the shirt worn by Shahif Afridi in this final.
Thus, he will become the first Pakistani cricketer any article of whom will be placed in the museum of Lordís.
Rare articles of some famous cricketers of the world have been placed in the Lordís museum. Among them, an sparrow has also been preserved which was killed by a stroke of the bat from Dr Jahangir Khan, father of former Pakistan captain Majid Khan while articles used by Sir Donald Bradman, Brian Lara, Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar have also been kept in the museum of Lordís.