Matthew Hayden wrote a heart warming letter to the Pakistan National Cricket Team after the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
While Pakistan needed to exit from the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup after a grievous loss against Australia in a semi-last conflict, the Green Shirts have won hearts across the world.
The most recent in the rundown of individuals missing the crew after the finish of the competition is Matthew Hayden — who was Pakistan’s batting expert for the competition.
Hayden posted an inspiring note on Twitter in the public language, Urdu, for the Pakistan cricket crew, who are in Dhaka for the series against Bangladesh.
اسلام و علیکم پاکستان!
میں برسبین کے قرنطینہ سینٹر میں بیٹھا اپنی آئیسولیشن مکمل کر رہا ہوں مگر میرا دل ڈھاکہ میں موجود پاکستان کرکٹ ٹیم کے تمام کھلاڑیوں اور اسپورٹ اسٹاف کے ساتھ جڑا ہے.
میری تمام تر نیک تمنائیں پاکستان کرکٹ ٹیم کے ساتھ ہیں.
شاباش لڑکو! چھا جاؤ
پاکستان زندہ باد pic.twitter.com/SUUAueSbun
— Matthew Hayden AM (@HaydosTweets) November 18, 2021
“Assalamualaikum Pakistan! I’m finishing my confinement at the quarantine community in Brisbane however my heart is associated with every one of the players and sports staff of the Pakistan cricket crew in Dhaka,” the Australian coach said.
“All my all the best are with the Pakistan cricket crew. Come on young men! Do something significant. Pakistan Zindabad!”
During the T20 World Cup Hayden had lauded the public cricket crew’s changing area culture, saying he had never seen a “more focused and humble way to deal with winning”.
The previous Australian cricketer, Matthew Hayden, said that being in a Pakistani changing area is likewise a “sensational” social experience for him.
He said that the entire culture of the Pakistan group’s changing area is supported by an incredible feeling of otherworldliness and soul, something that you’ll never find in the Australian changing area.
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