Babar Azam, the captain of the Pakistan cricket team, is in Madina, Saudi Arabia, performing Umrah during Ramadan and has tweeted a photo from Roza-e-Rasool (PBUH).
Babar Azam, dressed in traditional Arabic garb, posted a photo of himself on Twitter with the Urdu poem
“Jo hota humsafar Ghalib to me us ko ye batlata, K dekha is jagah aa ker, tamannah ka qadam thai’ra.”
Meanwhile, his supporters shared his photo and wrote him notes congratulating him on his Umrah and requesting that he remember them in his prayers.
Fakhar Zaman, Pakistan’s left-handed hitter, is also in Saudi Arabia, where the two visited with their fans. Shadab Khan had also paid a visit to the holy city earlier this month.
Babar stated he will spend time with his family after a month-long triumphant series against Australia at home and will return to the game after Ramadan. He and Shadab had distributed Iftar on the streets of Lahore to those in need.
Pakitan players recently competed in three Tests, the same number of One-Day Internationals, and a one-off home T20I against Australia from March 4 to April 5.