Video of Pakistani cricketer Fakhar Zaman breaking the bread with the ground staff of the stadium has been winning the hearts of fans and followers on social media.
Fakhar Zaman reached the ground staff of the National Stadium of Karachi during the lunch break and shared the food with them during the final match of the domestic cricket league Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
The video had been making rounds on social media. The cricketer received praise for his humble and kind gesture. Netizens said they are proud of Fakhar Zaman and that such players are part of the current Pakistan national cricket team.
The Pakistani middle-order batsman has joined the Big Bash League’s Brisbane Heat for the remainder of the tournament. It will be the first stint of Fakhar Zaman in the Australian T20 league. Besides him, three other Pakistani cricketers are also part of the Big Bash League. Haris Rauf, Shadab Khan, and Muhammad Hasnain are also participating in the league.
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Zaman confident of making a strong comeback
Fakhar Zaman was part of the T20I World Cup squad of the Pakistan cricket team. Zaman despite struggling in the few matches of the T20 World Cup scored big and helped Pakistan put up a decent target for Australia in the T20 World Cup semi-final.
Fakhar Zaman, Pakistan’s opening star went through a rough patch where he had been unable to score for several matches back to back and fans were not happy. Fakhar, famous for his century against India in the Champion’s League final, is well aware of disapproval and vows to break the bad streak he is on.
Speaking to media about his gloomy scoreboard Fakhar said, “The feeling of winning matches for your country is something else and you make the fans happy. So, they do get disappointed when I am not fulfilling my role in the team.”
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Yet he remains confident about his ability to impress both the selectors and fans with his game and vows to come back on track and make room for himself in the final squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup.