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."
Afridi was blessed with a baby girl, the fifth daughter for the veteran cricketer.
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