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.”
A journalist, Ihtisham Ul Haq said on Twitter, “With permission from both families, I would like to clarify the engagement rumours between Shaheen Afridi and the daughter of Shahid Afridi. "
Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi while thanking his fans on Monday for their birthday wishes, said in his tweet that he is turning 44 this year, despite saying earlier in his autobiography that he was born in 1975.
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