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Video of Pakistani women’s cricket captain Bismillah Maroof’s daughter and Indian women cricketers went viral

Pakistan women's national cricket team
Pakistan women's national cricket team

The enticing video of the daughter of Pakistan’s women’s cricket captain Bismillah Maroof and Indian women cricketers are winning the hearts of people.

India’s women’s cricket team made a great start by defeating Pakistan by 107 runs in the Cricket World Cup being played in New Zealand.

There have been 11 matches between India and Pakistan in the Women’s Cricket World Cup so far and India has won every time.

But more than India’s victory on Sunday, there have been pictures and videos which showed how much the players of both the countries have towards each other.

The video of Pakistan captain Bismillah Maroof is going viral on the social media of India and Pakistan, in which he is holding his daughter in his lap after the match, and the players of the Indian team are seen loving his daughter from all sides.
Users of both countries are writing their opinion on this video. Journalist Mujeeb Mashel wrote ‘Your heart will melt beautifully after watching this video’.

At the same time, an Indian user has written, “Share love, not hate.” At the same time, another user named Saad wrote, “This is the best thing on the internet today. Cricket can be so beautiful outside the field on some occasions.”

At the same time, another user wrote, “This is the most beautiful picture of the Women’s Cricket World Cup.”
Captain Maroof’s mother has also come to the tournament.
Pakistan cricket team captain Bismillah Maroof has recently become a mother and she has come to participate with her baby girl in the World Cup being played in New Zealand.

Maroof’s mother has also reached New Zealand along with Maroof and her daughter Fatima in this tournament. This is the first time that after becoming a mother with the Pakistan cricket team, a female player has been allowed to have someone with her to take care of her.

In fact, for the first time in May 2021, the Pakistan Cricket Board implemented the Parental Support Policy, under which a one-year maternity leave facility has been provided to the female cricketer. The first beneficiary under this policy is the current Captain Bismillah Maroof.

In December last, Bismillah Maroof announced his availability for the World Cup, after which he was allowed to have a support staff with him.

Maroof and his mother were spoken to by BBC Urdu correspondent Abdul Rashid Shakoor just before they left for the New Zealand tour for the World Cup.
In this conversation, Bismillah Maroof’s mother told the BBC, “After the birth of Fatima, I have become more active. My other grandchildren are living outside the country. For the first time as Fatima, I had to bring up a granddaughter. Got a chance. It’s a wonderful experience.”

When asked who was more difficult to handle, Bismillah and Fatima, Bismillah laughs out loud but his mother says that daughter Bismillah was more difficult to handle.

At the same time, Bismillah Maroof told that his life changed after the birth of his daughter. She said, “The world changed after the birth of my daughter. All my attention was on her. I have no time for myself now. Busyness has increased. But because of my mother, I can resume cricket. I know how important cricket and my career are.”
A look at Bismillah’s career
Bismillah Maroof’s international cricket career started in December 2006. Maroof has so far scored 2617 runs in 109 ODIs for Pakistan, including 14 half-centuries. His highest score in ODI cricket is 99.

She still holds the record for scoring the most runs in ODI cricket without a century in women’s cricket. He has also taken 44 wickets.

At the same time, he scored 2225 runs in 108 matches of T20 cricket, including 11 half-centuries. He took 36 wickets in T20 cricket.

He has the highest number of runs for Pakistan in T20 cricket.

Bismillah Maroof was made the captain of the Pakistan women’s cricket team in 2019.

Courtesy of BBC

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