Vice Captain of Pakistan Cricket Team Shadab Khan gives a witty response to a social media user asking him to focus on T20 World Cup.
Social media user posted the comment under the tweet of Shadab Khan thanking Iftikhar Ahmed for the birthday wishes. Iftikhar Ahmed had wished Shadab Khan birthday on the 4th of October. “Saalgirah Mubarak ho Shadab Bhaijaan @76Shadabkhan (Happy Birthday brother Shadab)”.To which Shadab Khan replied: “Pehle shaddy phir shaddy bhai phir shaddy bhaijaan ho gaye. Thank u ifti bhai.”
Netizens commenting on this post said, “Ye shaddy shoody k chakr choro and please focus on world cup. (Leave all these shaddy things, and focus on World Cup).”
Responding to the troll, Shadab Khan said, “Abi nz mai aadhi raat hai Physio ne bola hai rest kero time off lo aap kehte hai tu ulta latak ke training start ker de? [It’s midnight in New Zealand, physio told us to take a rest. If you say, should I hang upside down and start training]?” he wrote. His witty reply garnered a massive response from social media users.
Abi nz mai aadhi raat hai Physio ne bola hai rest kero time off lo aap kehte hai tu ulta latak ke training start ker de? https://t.co/6rUxiHjUg6
— Shadab Khan (@76Shadabkhan) October 4, 2022
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Pakistan Cricket Team has reached Christchurch, New Zealand, for a tri-nation series with New Zealand and Bangladesh. The series will be played from Oct7-Oct 14th. Soon after the series, Pakistan will head to Australia for a T20 World Cup.
Pakistan’s team has just concluded a seven-match T20I series against England. England has won the series 4-3. Pakistan team left on Sunday night, after the last match against England.
Pakistan Cricket Team was seen celebrating the 24th birthday of Shadab Khan midair, on the way to New Zealand. Shadab Khan cut the cake with his teammates.
He made his debut in the Pakistan Cricket Team in 2017 after having a successful start in Pakistan Super League. He plays from the PSL franchise Islamabad United. Shadab Khan is a key wicket taker and a middle order batter in Pakistan Cricket Team and will be important in upcoming T20 World Cup.