Shadab Khan gives us a crash course on his life via Twitter

Shadab Khan gives us a crash course on his life via Twitter

Things we learnt: Hassan Ali is his best friend, Faheem Ashraf leads a double life and Khan's family ignores him too.
01 Jun, 2021

Pakistani ace cricketer Shadab Khan took to Twitter on Monday to answer questions from fans. He spoke about his life, experiences as a cricketer and just about everything thrown his way, especially the fact that Hassan Ali is his best friend. Remember that.

He made the announcement a few hours before he went live so that fans got their questions ready.

Open the floodgates!

This fan wanted to know who Khan's best friend is and who is the toughest batsman he's faced. The answer was India's Rohit Sharma.

And for the toughest bowler, he answered New Zealand pacer Lockie Ferguson.

Ever wondered what other sport he's into? He had an answer for that too.

Obviously, the next question would naturally be whether he's team Messi or team Ronaldo. Obviously.

What's that? You now want to know which innings he enjoyed batting the most? You won't believe it.

We love how that's his favourite. It was a typical Pakistan — edge of your seat, unadvised for the weak hearted — style win, with the team in shambles till Babar Azam and Khan stepped up. He was brilliant with the ball too and we won by 32 runs.

Fans were concerned about Khan's anger management issues. They need not be, we learnt.

What was the one thing we asked you to remember?

You know what ensures you get all the love and attention from your family? We don't know either and nor does Khan. Being an international cricketer and winning the ICC Champions Trophy isn't enough to get you that attention.

On a side note, if you have figured it out, please let Khan know and CC us too!

The most nerve-wracking game he's ever played?

Chills. Literal chills.

Faheem Ashraf apparently leads a celebrity double life.

A bunch of sad boy things.

Some more Hassan Ali.

The end.

Well, that was an informative Q&A session. Who would you like to see do a Twitter session next?


Dr. Salaria, Aamir Ahmad Jun 01, 2021 05:39pm
Welcome to the club and the clubhouse. As always, keep it up and hang on tough.
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Ali Jun 02, 2021 12:50am
@Dr. Salaria, Aamir Ahmad What was that for?
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Malik Jun 02, 2021 10:20am
Most of Pakistani cricketers should stay away from social media and take English lessons before making Twitter accounts. Stop embarrassing the nation with boys played well english
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Queen Jun 02, 2021 12:26pm
@Malik I think some accounts masquerading as Pakistanis should stop using this "boys played well" mantra. Such accounts should stop embarrassing themselves and their country.
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Harris Jun 02, 2021 12:48pm
What's a sad boy thing? Some of these descriptions are funny.
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Alias Jun 02, 2021 12:49pm
Boys played well Inshallah
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