ICC Posts Picture Of Pakistani Couple Watching Pakistan’s Second T20 Against Australia On Their Wedding Night

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US based Pakistani national Hasan Tasleem was among the many disappointed Pakistani fans who saw their team lose to the Aussies in the second T20 of the ongoing series.

Although, It was Hasan Tasleem’s wedding night but it couldn’t stop him from cheering for the men in green. A picture of him and his wife watching Pakistan Cricket team bat against Australia has been going viral all over the social media.

Appreciating his love for the game, the cricket’s governing body, International Cricket Council, posted a picture of him and his wife on their official social media handles. ICC also shared a brief message from the Pakistani national.

“Here’s a message we got from a fan in the US. #CoupleGoals You know it’s love when …,”ICC sharing the image wrote.

This is how tweeps responded

Hasan Tasleem in his message wrote that despite his wedding taking place at same time as Pakistan taking on the Aussies. He couldn’t miss his team play against them.

“As a die-hard cricket fan, I want to submit a photo from my wedding this past weekend. As per tradition, after the completion of wedding, the bride is bought home for a little traditional ceremony amongst the close family. As we came home (around midnight in Detroit, Michigan, USA) the Pakistan vs Australia T20 game was getting underway. Over the years residing in North America I’ve stayed up at all sorts of odd hours in night to catch team Pakistan play. Even though it was my wedding night, I wasn’t going to miss this game,” Hasan wrote.

Australia beat Pakistan in the second T20 on Tuesday after the first game was washed out by rain. The two teams will be playing against each other on this Friday. Australia has rested fast bowler Pat Cummins for the last T20 while Pakistan is expected to replace Asif Ali with Khushdil Shah.

 

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