KARACHI (Agencies) - Retired Pakistani player Shahid Afridi made a disappointing return to the cricket field as he scored just one run and took one wicket in the Ramazan T20 Corporate Cup tournament. Afridi, who was last seen in action in Pakistan during a domestic event in October 2010, played for Habib Bank Limited (HBL), which was shocked last night by the unfancied Karachi Electric Supply Corporation KESC team in the tournament, being organised by former captain Moin Khan. A 104-run third-wicket partnership in just over 10 overs between M Waqas and Akbar Rehman turned out to be the cornerstone of KESCs comfortable 17-run victory over a star-studded HBL. Electing to bat first, KESC scored 173-4 in 20 overs with Waqas clobbering seven fours and three sixes in a 42-ball 54 while Akbar belting a four and three sixes in a rapid 48 that came off 39 balls. Tariq Haroon finished the innings with a flourish when he slapped two sixes and a four in a rapid 17 that came off just five balls. KESC scored 57 runs in its first 10 overs but collected a whopping 116 runs off the last 60 deliveries. Habib Bank bowling comprised Umar Gul (4-0-30-0), Danish Kaneria (4-0-23-2), Shahid Afridi (4-0-26-1) and Abdul Rehman (2-0-36-0) but failed to contain the KESC batsmen. In its target chase, Habib Bank finished with 156-7 in 20 overs with Younus Khan finishing as the top scorer with a 38-ball 49 that included two fours and two sixes. Hasan Raza hit two fours and three sixes in a 28-ball 44 while Asad Shafiq was back in runs with a 32-ball which included three fours and two sixes. Afridi has only played T20 cricket in England since retiring from international cricket last May in protest against the PCB's decision to remove him as captain after the West Indies tour. How popular the all-rounder remains with the public, despite his conflict with the cricket establishment and his retirement, was visible the moment he walked on to the field. The crowd cheered and roared 'Boom Boom Afridi' as he walked out to field with Pakistan captain Younus, leading the star studded Bank side. But Afridi was off colour as he managed just one wicket and late while opening the innings was out in second over aiming for a trademark big shot. "I don't care if he has failed but we want him back in the national team. There is no fun watching cricket without him," star struck teenager Ramsha said. Afridi, who decide to leave early to avoid the post match rush, found himself mobbed by his legion of fans who rushed to him as he was being escorted to the car park by the police and private security personal. The all-rounder spent time with his fans and obliged them with autographs and photographs before he was safely escorted away to his waiting car.