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Watch: Sania Mirza’s Reaction After Shoaib Malik Smashed The Fastest-Ever T20 WC Fifty For Pakistan

India’s ace tennis player Sania Mirza was seen at the Sharjah cricket ground on Sunday (November 7) cheering fr her husband and Pakistan’s all-rounder Shoaib Malik in a T20 World Cup 2021 fixture against Scotland. The veteran cricketer gave a stunning performance to help Pakistan maintain its winning streak in the ongoing tournament.

Shoaib Malik walked out to bat for Pakistan in the 16th over when his team was reduced for 112 for 3. He joined hands with the skipper Babar Azam(66) for the fourth wicket and then took the game by storm.

Malik smashed the fastest-ever half-century for Pakistan in the history of the T20 World Cup. He smashed six sixes and a boundary to score an unbeaten 54 off 18 deliveries to help Pakistan score 189 for 4 in 20 overs. Former India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh holds the record of smashing the fastest-ever fifty in T20Is.

Malik’s knock was also the joint-fastest half-century of the ongoing T20 World Cup along with India’s KL Rahul’s effort against the same opponent on Friday.

As soon as Malik reached his fifty, his wife Sania Mirza was seen celebrating with joy. She was seen cheering and clapping for him in the stands. Shoaib Malik also raised his bat towards Sania Mirza after finishing his innings. Pictures and videos of Sania Mirza celebrating Shoaib Malik’s knock are going viral on the internet.

Here, check out the pictures:

Meanwhile, social media was flooded with amazing reactions from the fans to it. Here, check out the reactions of fans to it:

Meanwhile, in the post-match ceremony, Shoaib Malik who also bagged the player of the match award for his stellar performance said:

“Yes, I’m in good form but I want to see myself more consistent to help the team. Overall, I feel fit. It is going to be a big game and we have to give our best shot,” 

Unnati Madan

I love watching cricket but writing about it came unexpectedly.

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