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Shoaib Akhter welcomes second Baby Boy

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Former pacer Shoaib Akhter is receiving felicitation on social media after he announced the birth of his second baby. He shared the news with his friends and fans on his Twitter account.

In a tweet, Akhtar wrote:

“Overwhelmed by the feeling of becoming a father again. Keep my newborn baby and the mother in your prayers. Watch me break the news on my YouTube channel.”

The eminent personalities including singer Ali Zafar, Shafqat Amanat Ali and others extended their warm wishes to the former cricketer.

“Congratulations @shoaib100mph for the baby boy. Wishing the family the best of health and happiness. #littlepindiexpress” wrote Ali Zafar.

“Heartiest Congratulations on becoming a father again @shoaib100mph God bless you guys and the baby. Best wishes,” wrote Shafqat Amanat Ali on Twitter.

“Congrats brother man,” wrote Indian cricketer Akash Chopra.

“Congratulations @shoaib100mph on the birth of your second child. Hope both baby and mom are doing great,” wrote cricketer Umar Gull.

“Ma sha Allah bohot bohot Mubarak ho,” wrote cricketer Fawad Alam.

Shoaib Akhter is quite active on his YouTube channel, as fans wait impatiently for him to share and release the news on his channel.

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Two years back he revealed his son to the world, Muhammad Mikael Ali, on his social media account. The former cricketer used phrases such as “my piece of heart”, “my bundle of joy” and “my sunny boy” to describe his new born child.

He has recently been in news for his aggressive analysis and comments against the poor performance of Pakistan Cricket team in the ICC World Cup.

Just a day ago he fiercely criticized the performance of a Pakistani player in the tournament.

“I am not happy with the quality of cricket being played in this World Cup,” said Akhtar.

“The quality of cricket has gone down immensely. It has become very easy to score runs. The bowlers don’t have the quality, the pace and the spin, which bowlers in 1990s and early 2000s used to have,” said the 43-year-old.

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