Cassian Baliarsingh

Ace Tennis player Sania Mirza and her cricketer-husband Shoaib Malik are hitting the headlines ever since reports of their divorce emerged on social media. However, the duo has remained tight-lipped about the controversy. 

Meanwhile, a video of the former Pakistan skipper and all-rounder Shoaib Malik bursting into tears on a live show is now going viral on social media. However, it has nothing to do with Sania Mirza.

Appearing in a TV show, the former Pakistan captain recalled his winning moment of the T20 World Cup in 2009 and became emotional. He recalled how then-captain Younis Khan called him to hold the trophy.


Shoaib Malik narrated an anecdote, telling which he could not stop his tears. Shoaib said, "When we won 2009 final, Younis Khan called me and said that you will hold the trophy and it was a very special and beautiful moment for me." Shoaib Malik wept while narrating this anecdote. This video clip of him is becoming very viral on social media.

Notably, Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by 8 wickets in the final of the T20 World Cup played in England in 2009. Batting first Sri Lanka scored 138 runs, but Pakistan outshined them and won the match by 8 wickets.

Meanwhile, Pakistan suffered a loss in yesterday’s match after all-rounder Ben Stokes showed calmness and poise in his typical gritty style to slam an unbeaten 52 in guiding England to the Men's T20 World Cup title with a five-wicket win in the final.

Stokes fittingly finished off the chase with a single through the on-side to win England the final with an over to spare. The win makes England the first-ever side in men's international cricket to hold two World Cup trophies at the same time.