Shoaib Malik extends warm wishes to Hasan Ali and Shamiya Arzoo

Shoaib Malik extends warm wishes to Hasan Ali and Shamiya Arzoo

Shoaib Malik used the Twitter platform to bless the newly wedded couple.

Hasan Ali and Shamiya Arzoo
Hassan Ali and his wife. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali won’t live as a bachelor anymore as he is united in wedlock with an Indian girl, Shamiya Arzoo. The couple got married on 20th August in Dubai in the presence of families and close friends. Shamiya is an engineer and belongs to the Nuh district in Haryana. She completed her B. Tech in Aeronautical Engineering from Manav Rachna University in Gurgaon and is working as a flight engineer for Emirates Airlines in Dubai for the last three years.

Hasan Ali was the man of the tournament in Pakistan’s triumph of Champions Trophy 2017. He took 13 wickets in 5 games and was the key for Pakistan in the middle overs. He has now become the fourth Pakistani cricketer to marry an Indian girl. Former players Zaheer Abbas, Mohsin Khan and Shoaib Malik have been hitched to women from India. His teammate Shadab Khan already flew to Dubai a couple of days earlier for the wedding.

Shoaib Malik wishes the couple

Shoaib Malik used the Twitter platform to bless the newly wedded couple. He congratulated them and wishes for their happy and healthy life. Malik wrote, “May you two always live a happy healthy comfortable life ahead inshallah. Congrats brother”.

Here is Malik’s tweet:

Malik married to Indian tennis champion, Sania Mirza in April 2010. Last year in November Sania gave birth to a baby boy Izhaan Mirza-Malik. The right-handed batsman took retirement after the conclusion of the World Cup earlier in the year. Malik had a horrible World Cup; he scored 8 runs in 3 matches including two ducks. A career-spanning for about 20 years, Malik remained Pakistan’s underrated star. He scored over 7,000 ODI runs and 2,000 T20I runs wearing the green jersey.

Meanwhile, other members of Pakistan cricket team will take part in the pre-season camp headed by Misbah-ul-Haq. The camp started from 19 August and will continue till 7 September. After Pakistan failed to qualify for the semi-finals of the world cup, Inzamam-ul-Haq had stepped down as a chief selector. The camp is organized to prepare the Pakistani team for the upcoming season. They will play six Test series in the World Test Championship, starting from their tour to Australia.

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