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Naseem Shah addresses rumors of his wedding

Cricketer Naseem Shah addressed the rumors regarding wedding following a cryptic post on Instagram.

On Sunday, shah shared a picture with two elder men, one of the most probably his father on Instagram with the caption, “Blessed with the Best”. The young pacer was seen sitting in the center of the two men.

With the image and caption, netizens assumed that wedding bells are ringing for Naseem Shah. The image spread like wildfire on different social media pages.

Later, Shah responding to the rumors quashed the news of his engagement or wedding. The cricketer in his Instagram story said, “The last picture I posted was not about getting engaged or nikkah.” He added, “Mentioning ‘blessed’ does not mean that it is all about getting into a relationship or anything. It was just a simple family Iftar picture with my family,” Naseem Shah wrote.

Read more: Naseem Shah dedicates his clinical performance to late mother

Naseem Shah was visiting his hometown following a three-match T20I series against Afghanistan in UAE. In his previous post, Naseem Shah recalled his mother and her life lesson. Shah said, “My mom said something. You can lie down for people to walk on you and they will still complain that you’re not flat enough. Miss you mom,” said Shah in the post.

Back in February, Naseem Shah dedicated his record-breaking performance to his mother in the first ODI against New Zealand.

Naseem Shah rattled the batting lineup of New Zealand in the first ODI played in Karachi. Shah claimed five wickets and became the only bowler in the history of ODIs to claim 15 wickets in the first four ODIs. Pakistan also registered its ninth consecutive victory in the ODIs. Pakistan has the opportunity to become the top ODI side if its defeats New Zealand in the three-match ODI series.

The cricketer said that he wished his mother was alive to see his performances. Shah recalled how he used to talk to his mother about his dream of performing and playing for Pakistan.