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Shan Masood to get married on January 21st

The cricketer has played 25 test matches, five one-day internationals, and 19 T20Is. He gained praise for his decent performance in the recently concluded ICC T20 World Cup.

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Pakistani cricketer Shan Masood is expected to get married on January 21st, 2023. According to the details, Shan Masood’s fiancé Meeshay Khan belongs to Peshawar.

Shan Masood was born in Peshawar and is the son of the renowned banker Mansoor Masood Khan. His elder sister passed away last year. Masood’s younger brother is a barrister. His paternal uncle Waqar Masood Khan has served as federal finance secretary.

The cricketer has played 25 test matches, five one-day internationals, and 19 T20Is. He gained praise for his decent performance in the recently concluded ICC T20 World Cup. Shan Masood made his return to the team after a lot of media pressure and social media hype.

The cricketer has recently signed a two-year contract with The Yorkshire County club which he will lead from 2023.

Read more: Fans trash Shan Masood on sister’s death anniversary tweet

The cricketer appears in several interviews for Pakistan Cricket Team. Fans believe he is among the responsible players on the team. Back in October, Masood said he was disappointed over his performance for not being able to stand till the end and finish the match against Zimbabwe. He said takes the responsibility for not being able to play till the end of the team. “I was trying to play ball by ball. I think I was in a decent position to finish the game and take it upon myself. These are the games you should win for your country, especially when you’re the last-standing batsman and I am very disappointed. It was a funny way to get out but I take responsibility for not being able to finish the game,” he said about his innings.

Once Shan Masood faced a disgusting tirade on social media when he posted about his sister on her death anniversary which coincided with the seven T20I series against England that Pakistan lost 4-3.