A Pakistani couple watches cricket match on wedding night, ICC tweeted

Couple Watches Cricket Soon After Marriage ICC Makes Them Famous

Couple Watches Cricket Soon After Marriage ICC Makes Them Famous

Cricket is considered a religion not just in the Asian sub-continent, but also among people from countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Soon after getting married, they watched a Twenty20 global (T20I) between Australia and Pakistan.

"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 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. Pakistan, who have not done great this year and have managed to win just one bilateral series so far which was against a second-string Sri Lanka side in the ODIs at home, are now touring Australia.

The fan, named Hasan Tasleem, later wrote to the ICC about his passion for cricket and sent a picture that showed him and his newly Wednesday bride turning around to remain glued to the TV screens to watch the game even at odd hours (Sydney is 16 hours ahead of Michigan). In a picture shared by the International Cricket Council (ICC), the couple is seen indulging in Pakistan vs.

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Hasan Tasleem, the self-proclaimed "die-hard" fan had to find a way to incorporate cricket into his wedding celebrations. The fan said he has made it a point to stay late to watch Pakistan play during his stay in North America.

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The second T20 match of three-match series between Pakistan and Australia played in Canberra and Australia beat Pakistan by seven wickets in the match. Earlier, the first match in Sydney was canceled due to rain.

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

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