Shoaib Malik suffers an adorable ‘Oops’ moment while wishing Sania Mirza on their wedding anniversary
On their anniversary, the 34-year-old Sania posted a picture where Shoaib can be seen, planting a kiss on his wife’s forehead.
Updated - Apr 14, 2021 11:16 am
On Monday, April 12, Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik and Indian tennis star Sania Mirza celebrated their 11th marriage anniversary. Way back in the year 2010, the duo tied the knots and also has a son, named Izhaan Mirza Malik. The couple has been active on social media and developments surrounding their personal life keep doing the rounds from time to time.
Meanwhile, Shoaib, in an adorable way, goofed up while wishing his beloved wife on the auspicious occasion. It was on Tuesday, April 13, a day after their anniversary, that he wished Mirza. With a tweet, the veteran all-rounder sent loads of love and admiration to his spouse.
He took to Twitter and write, “- Oops ghalti se mistake hogaya… Wishing you a day late as always, love you @MirzaSania to the moon and back begum, Bay-Ghum,”
– Oops ghalti se mistake hogaya…
Wishing you a day late as always, love you @MirzaSania to the moon and back begum, Bay-Ghum 😉 ♥️
— Shoaib Malik 🇵🇰 (@realshoaibmalik) April 13, 2021
Sania’s message for Shoaib Malik
On their anniversary, the 34-year-old Sania posted a picture where Shoaib can be seen, planting a kiss on his wife’s forehead. The Mumbai-born Mirza also thanked her husband for being her guiding light through thick and thin.
She captioned the picture and wrote, “Through ‘thick’ and ‘thin’ they said through good and bad Happy Anniversary to my main.. to many more years of irritating you InshaAllah 11 YEARS!!!” The chemistry they share is palpable in their pictures together.
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Shoaib Malik hasn’t played any form of cricket after the 2021 edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) was postponed due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases. In the PSL, he plays for the Peshawar Zalmi, led by fast bowler Wahab Riaz.
As far as international cricket is concerned, he hasn’t donned the Pakistan jersey since the 2020 tour of England. The 39-year-old isn’t a part of Pakistan’s ongoing four-match T20I series against South Africa. The Punjab-born has already retired from Test and ODI cricket.
Malik made his debut for Pakistan way back in 1999 and his career has lasted more than two decades. In 35 Tests, 287 ODIs, and 116 T20Is, he has scored 1898, 7534, and 2335 runs respectively to go with 12 centuries and 60 half-centuries to show for his efforts.