Shadab Khan wins hearts after fan invades pitch to salute Pakistan star


Pakistan cricket team defeated West Indies by 120 runs in the second ODI played in Multan on Friday. With this win, Pakistan has taken an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match ODI series and also won the 10th consecutive ODI series against West Indies. The third and last ODI of the series between the two teams will be played on June 12 in Multan itself. An interesting incident happened on the field during the match, when a fan reached the pitch to meet Pakistani player Shadab Khan. Actually, Shadab Khan was batting in the 39th over of the Pakistani innings and he was ready to face Anderson Phillip’s bowling. During this, a fan suddenly came on the field.

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After entering the ground, he reached the pitch and after that he started saluting Shadab Khan. Shadab also hugged the fan instead of getting angry. After this there was no reason for the happiness of that fan. After hugging his favorite player, he walked out of the field shouting with joy. Shadab won the hearts of Pakistani sports lovers with his reaction. This fan’s video is now becoming quite viral on social media. Shadab scored 22 runs after facing 23 balls in the match. During his innings, he hit a four and a six. He took two wickets for 40 runs in 9 overs in his bowling.

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Talking about the match, captain Babar Azam has achieved another major achievement in the history of men’s international cricket. The right-handed batsman scored 77 runs in 93 balls in the second ODI of the ongoing series against West Indies. Babar has made another new world record in the history of cricket as soon as he hits another fifty in international cricket. This is the 50 plus score of Babar in Men’s International cricket in 9 consecutive innings. That is, it is the record for any batsman to score 50 or more runs in 9 consecutive innings in international cricket. No batsman had done this before in international cricket.

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