Shahid Afridi poses for a photograph with his daughters.
Former Pakistan cricket star Shahid Afridi shared a photograph with the newest member of the family on Friday.
Afridi was blessed with a baby girl, the fifth daughter for the veteran cricketer.
Afridi said, “The Almighty’s infinite blessings & mercy are upon me... already having been granted 4 wonderful daughters I have now been blessed with a 5th, Alhamdulillah. Sharing this good news with my well-wishers.”
Ever since Afridi shared the news on social media, congratulatory messages poured in.
Gul Muhammad said, “You are very fortunate Masha Allah, Daughters are the key to paradise, But I pray to God that this time you will have a boy Ameen…”
Maaz Ismai said, “Daughters are indeed the blessings, you are lucky to have 5 daughters. Congratulations lala😍🙌”
Azhar Ali Chandio said, “Daughter is the blessing of Allah you r very bold...courageous and humble may Allah keep u and your family under his mercy.”
Md Iqbal Hossain said, “Alhamdulillah! This is the good sign of fortunate guy. If you guide them in a proper way & take them with good husbands, you will be granted for Janna... InshaAllah.”
At the end of the clip, the all-rounder said, “From my entire family, we wish you Eid Mubarak.”
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