Waqar Younis won the hearts with a beautiful message for his wife on Twitter

His wife also replied to his message and had a suggestion for him.

Waqar Younis
Waqar Younis and his wife. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Former Pakistan cricketer Waqar Younis celebrated his 18th wedding anniversary on Saturday. He got married to Faryal in 2000 and since then the couple has been living happily together. They have two children named Azaan and Maira. However, Waqar posted a beautiful message for his wife on Twitter and thanked her for all the support she has given him throughout the life.

For any cricketer, his family is the most important thing as they provide them with the support during the difficult times. Waqar seems to be no different in this case as he appreciated his wife Faryal for being with him over all the 18 years. In his message, he termed her as the most beautiful agreement of his life which is still paying him back with the interest.


Waqar Younis posted an adorable picture with his wife and captioned it with a beautiful message which read, ” Over the years I signed up many agreements,contracts and endorsements but #18years ago I signed the most beautiful agreement of my life which is still paying me back with interest.Thank you?? @DrFaryalWaqar 4 putting up with me 4 all these years #LoveYou #HappyWeddingAnniversary.” Faryal also replied to him and wished on their anniversary but wittily suggested him to use a better picture of her.

“Happy wedding anniversary to you too! You could have used a better pic,” was her reply.

His message for his beloved wife is currently going viral and the fans were gushing over the picture of the couple. They also congratulated them on their 18th wedding anniversary and blessed with their wishes.

Here’s the thread of the convo between the two:

Waqar as a cricketer

Waqar Younis was known as a ‘Sultan of Swing’ during his playing days and was one of the most lethal Pakistani bowlers the country ever had. His ability to reverse swing the ball was the best as it bamboozled many batsmen. The 46-year-old scalped 373 wickets in his 87 Tests at an amazing average of 23.56 with 22 five-wicket and five 10-wicket hauls. He wasn’t behind in ODIs either picking a whopping 416 wickets in 262 appearances on the field with an economy rate of under 5.

Though he hung his boots in April 2004, Waqar remained with Pakistan cricket in the subsequent years and was also named the head coach of the team in 2010.

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