But despite having played cricket for nearly two decades, the 37-year-old Shahid Afridi doesn't know the meaning of leg before wicket. Well, let me tell you India successfully chased down the target of 265 runs given by Bangladesh. In the 50-over ODI history, it is the highest successfully chased by any team at Edgbaston (Birmingham). The previous highest successful chase in this list was 260 runs by England (262/4 in 46.3 overs) against Australia on 21st September 2004. In what appears to be a show on a Pakistani channel, Afridi failed to recognise the term lbw despite consistent reminder. Meanwhile, Afridi represented Pakistan in 398 ODIs, 98 T20Is and 27 Tests.