A screen grab of Shahid Afridi from the video.
Former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi shared a video clip of him boxing on the lawn of his house in Pakistan.
In the video, Afridi’s daughters can be seen cheering their dad.
The hard-hitting batsman captioned the video, “Eid Mubarak 😍”
Within an hour’s time, the video garnered over 2,000 likes on Twitter.
At the end of the clip, the all-rounder said, “From my entire family, we wish you Eid Mubarak.”
The former cricketer is the father of four daughters named Ansha, Ajwa, Asmara and Aqsa.
On a cricketing note, Afridi feels bowling has always been Pakistan's strength and the return of Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Amir has given the unit the much-needed balance.
"We did quite a few experiments with the side. We rested the seniors in the series against Australia, giving a chance to the youngsters," Afridi said.
"Our bowling struggled before the World Cup I think because they lacked experience there. Now Wahab Riaz (leg-spinner), Shadab Khan and Mohammad Amir are back and it's a well-balanced team. We should not have any excuse now."
Malik had admitted last year that he intended to quit one-day cricket after the World Cup and he followed through with that plan after Pakistan's 94-run win at Lord's.
Pakistan cricketer Shoaib Malik on Friday confirmed his retirement from one-day cricket without making a farewell appearance in his side's victory over Bangladesh on Friday.
Powered by an unbeaten 110 by wicketkeeper batsman Jos Buttler and a fine unbroken stand of 162 runs with captain Eoin Morgan who scored an unconquered 71 (48), England won the second One Day International match against Pakistan by 12 runs in a high-scoring match at Southampton on Saturday.
Ben Stokes’s unbeaten 71 rescued England from a top-order collapse as the World Cup hosts and favourites beat Pakistan by three wickets with three balls to spare at Trent Bridge. Friday’s win in a floodlit match saw England secure the series at 3-0 up with one to play, but it was far from routine.
The world’s biggest cricket stadium, with space for 110,000 spectators, is taking shape in India and is likely to host its first international match early next year. The new stadium in Ahmedabad, built at a cost of around $100 million,
Saudi Arabia’s Yazeed Al Rajhi beat two-time Dakar Rally champion Carlos Sainz by 1.2 seconds to claim the fastest time over an extended opening special stage of 6.34km
A familiar name to UAE racing fans from the 2017-2018 season will be returning on Dec.19 in the form of 2018 Al Bastakiya (Listed) winner Yulong Warrior, who makes his first start