Couple watch Aus-Pak T20I soon after wedding, image goes viral

Ruben Hill
November 9, 2019

A cricket fan of Pakistan named Hasan Tasleem from the US, who lives in Detroit Michigan, sent a picture of his wedding day to the ICC.

Pakistan are now on a tour to Australia, where they trail the three-match T20I series 0-1, with a match to spare.

The picture then went viral on social media.

Hasan Tasleem, who lives in Detroit, Michigan, added that his bride was welcomed to the family with a traditional ceremony, but the couple could not take their eyes off the television as a cricket match was going on in Australia. On that day, the well-wishers were present to bless the bride. That was evident clearly in the picture.

"Hello, as a diehard cricket fan, I wanted to submit a photo from my wedding this past weekend", Hasan Tasleem said in his accompanying note to the ICC.

Hasan Tasleem, who lives in the U.S., tweeted the photograph to ICC along with a note that read, "As a die-hard cricket fan, I want to submit a photo from my wedding this past weekend". "#CoupleGoals You know it's love when ...", the ICC captioned the picture with these lines. And that was once again evident from a picture where a newly married Pakistani couple was busy following the second T20I game between Australia and Pakistan on their television set in the United States on Tuesday.

"Over the years residing in North America I've stayed up at all sorts of odd hours of night to catch Team Pakistan play".

Australia captain Aaron Finch was quick to take note of the ICC's tweet and said he was glad for having played a special part in Tasleem's day.

Finch was batting on 37 in just 16 balls in the inconclusive first game and was frustrated that there was a 20-minute interval in the rain-hit game that denied the hosts a comfortable win.

After the final T20I in Perth on Friday, the two teams with play two Tests in Brisbane and Adelaide later this month.

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