Cricketer Naseem Shah Lost His Mother & People Are Sad He Can't Return From Australia

By Hafsa Ahmad | 12 Nov, 2019

Naseem Shah is brave at this time

The 16-year-old cricketer, Naseem Shah recently lost his mother while his family was moving from Dir to Lahore. He’s in Australia for the two-match Test series against the Australian team when this happened. The cricketer decided to stay back in Australia during this difficult time. However, because Naseem couldn’t be with his family, players from the Australian and the Pakistani team wore black armbands to condole his loss.

 

Fellow cricketers have been sending prayers to Naseem Shah after news of his mother’s passing broke

 

His fans are also sharing condolences with Naseem Shah and praying for him and his family

 

While he has been pulled out of the ongoing three-day practice match against Australia, it’s been revealed that Naseem is not going to be going back home for his mother’s funeral

The decision, it is being reported, was taken by the young cricketer himself after a conversation with his family.

 

While Naseem wasn’t bowling in today’s, players from both the teams paid tribute to his mother by wearing black armbands

Players of Australian and Pakistani cricket teams took the field with black armbands on their white-clad Test uniforms to show that they were keeping Naseem in their hearts and minds at this trying time for the young teenager.

The loss of a parent is obviously very hard. What the 16-year-old Naseem may be going through right now is obviously imaginable for us. The circumstances around his mother’s passing are truly heartbreaking and it’s a loss we can’t even begin to imagine about. But he has clearly been strong through this entire time. Here’s praying that Naseem and his family are able to come together in strength and go through these trying times with their heads held high. May Naseem’s mother rest in peace.

 

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Cover image via: cricketpakistan.com.pk

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