Hasin Jahan Mocked Mohammed Shami After India’s Win Against Pakistan In Asia Cup 2022 Opener

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The Indian cricket team kicked off their campaign in the ongoing 2022 edition of the Asia Cup with a blockbuster note by defeating their arch-rivals Pakistan in a high-voltage clash on 28th August. After India’s stunning last-over win against Pakistan, social media was flooded with amazing wishes and messages for the Men in Blue. However, one post that just left everyone in shock came from Hasin Jahan, wife of Team India’s veteran fast bowler Mohammed Shami. 

Mohammed Shami Hasin Jahan
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Mohammed Shami’s estranged wife Hasin Jahan has once again made it to the headlines and once again for all the controversial reasons. Well, Haseen Jahan is very active on social media and she keeps her fans updated by regularly posting dance videos and reels. Following India’s thrilling win against Pakistan, Haseen Jahan took to her social media and shared a picture of Hardik Pandya on Instagram with a caption, where she took a nasty dig at Mohammed Shami. She wrote:

“Congratulations. A memorable victory. Thanks to our Tigers for helping the country win. This had to happen; the country’s reputation and honor are protected by honest patriots rather than criminals and womanizer.”

Check out her viral Instagram post:

It has to be noted that Haseen made a reference to Shami in her post by mentioning criminals and womanizers. For the unversed, Shami was embroiled in a scandal with his wife, Hasin Jahan. It was in 2018 when Hasin Jahan filed serious allegations of domestic violence, assault, and dowry against Mohammed Shami, and the two parted ways. They have a daughter. Hasin is in the news for making blatant statements against Shami very often.

Talking about Mohammed Shami, he isn’t a member of India’s Asia Cup squad. He wasn’t picked to the T20 squad by the selectors. He is still a member of the ODI and Test squads. He has 216 wickets at an average of 27.46 in 60 Tests, 152 wickets at an average of 25.72 in 82 ODIs, and 18 wickets in 17 T20Is.