Pakistan U-19 cricketer Majid Khan donates kidney to brother sacrificing career

Majid Khan
Pakistan U19 cricketer Majid Khan. (Photo Source: Twitter)

In a generation where relationships are becoming more and more money oriented, here is a man Majid Khan who is ready to sacrifice his cricketing career for the sake of his brother. Leaving a dream during the threshold of realising it needs immense courage but an Under 19 Pakistani cricketer namely Majid Khan did not hesitate to out his career in line for his younger brother. The teenager who belongs to Bajaur Agency impressed one and all as a U-19 player in 2014 with his outstanding performances. He was also considered one of the best upcoming all-rounders for the national tea.

However, the young talent decided to prefer his brother over his career and decided to donate his kidney to his brother who was suffering from a chronic disease as reported by Neo Tv on Friday. It’s really a big step on the part of Majid as it will prohibit from playing competitive cricket in the future and will also prevent him from realising his dream of representing Pakistan in the national team. It’s undoubtedly a brave move from Majid to put his family ahead of his career and we all wish him a speedy recovery and a successful future ahead.


Another teenager Pakistani recently made headlines by making it to the Pakistan NCA XI for two T20 games against a Malaysian side. The teenager from Pakistan dreams of representing the Pakistan national team one day and his rise to fame will definitely help him to realise his dream one day. His is living his dream by selling parathas in Karachi.

Hanan who is a left-handed batsman admitted that he was pretty excited after his inclusion in the side and wasn’t sure whether the call was true or not. “I suspected it was a prank call so I called them back to make sure that someone’s not messing with me. I am incredibly happy to get this chance,” Hanan was quoted as saying by The Express Tribune.

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