Shadab Khan, a Pakistani all-rounder, announced on Monday that he had married the daughter of Saqlain Mushtaq, the team’s current head coach, and a seasoned cricketer.
Using the microblogging platform, the 24-year-old cricketer published a tweet with a statement informing supporters of a significant change in his life.
“Alhamdulillah, today was my Nikkah. It’s a significant day for me and the beginning of a new chapter. Please respect the decisions that I, my wife, and our family have made. prayers and love to everyone “Tweeted he. Khan’s note stated that he was assimilating into his “mentor Saqi bhai’s family” at the same time.
The young pacer spoke about his decision to always keep his personal and professional lives apart, emphasizing that his family had made the same decision.
“The same thing has been requested by my wife; she wants to keep her life secret. She respectfully asks that everyone respect her decision and our family’s decision “The note continued.
Within an hour, Shadab’s tweet received 138.5k views, over 8,000 likes, over 500 quote tweets, and 700 retweets.
The batter Shan Masood married his fiancée Nische Khan in a private Nikah ceremony on Friday in Peshawar, making it wedding season for Pakistani cricketers (January 20).
Cricket greats Misbah-ul-Haq, Umar Gul, Azhar Ali, and batter Imam-ul-Haq attended his baraat ceremony a day later. On January 27, Masood will also hold a valima celebration in Karachi for his friends and family.
In a small gathering in Islamabad last month, pacer Haris Rauf and Muzna Masood Malik signed the Nikah contract to begin their married lives together.
According to family insiders, bowler Shaheen Afridi is scheduled to wed the former all-daughter rounder on February 3 in one of the most eagerly anticipated weddings.
The daughter of former national cricket team captain Shahid Afridi is engaged to the 6-foot-6 bowler.
The rukhsati ceremony for Ansha Afridi, the Afridi family’s daughter, is scheduled to happen later.