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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Babar Azam shares video from Masjid-e-Nabwi

The cricketers were previously busy with Pakistan Super League 9. Many of the cricketers headed to Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah soon after the conclusion of the cricketing event.

Babar Azam shared his video from the revered Masjid-e-Nabwi on his social media. The cricketer can be seen performing wudu in front of the Green dome at the mosque. The cricketer paid his reverence to the Holy Prophet SAW by visiting Masjid-e-Nabawi.

The cricketer captioned his video: “At the doorsteps of the beloved prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him – The Orphan who adopted the world.”

The cricketers were previously busy with Pakistan Super League 9. Many of the cricketers headed to Saudi Arabia to perform Umrah soon after the conclusion of the cricketing event.

Babar Azam, accompanied by Imamul Haq, departed from Lahore to embark on their Umrah pilgrimage. Babar Azam, having led Peshawar Zalmi to the playoffs, seized the opportunity to undertake this spiritual journey amid his cricketing commitments.

Read more: Babar Azam dedicates his match-winning performance to mother

As Muslims globally engage in acts of worship and reflection during Ramadan, the departure of Babar Azam and Imamul Haq for Umrah underscores the significance of spiritual devotion during this sacred time. Their journey exemplifies a commitment to faith amidst professional endeavors, resonating with believers worldwide.

Videos of the cricketers breaking the fast together and reciting naat on their bus journey have gone viral on social media.

Earlier, Former skipper Babar Azam and the current skipper of PSL franchise Peshawar Zalmi has dedicated his magnificent performance to his mother.

Babar Azam scored his first century of PSL 9 in the match against Islamabad United in Lahore yesterday. Delighted on his match performance, he said that this was the first time his mother had come to watch his match in the stadium. Hence, he is very excited and wants to dedicate his victory and performance to his mother.

“My mother came [to watch] for the first time. She’s very happy. She enjoyed it. She always watches at home but she proved to be [a source of] good luck for me,” expressed Azam, echoing the sentiment of familial support that often transcends the boundaries of the cricketing arena.