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Samiullah Shinwari’s departure may delay to Sri Lanka

The recent few months are not pleasing at all for Afghanistan cricket and cricketers as yet another national cricketer Samiullah Shinwari has stunned to hear that his mother has passed away and she is no more with them.

The sad news was confirmed by Samiullah Shinwari’s family member Sayed Ashoq Tahiry on his social media page.

Nothing has further been told about the reason for her demise but she was ill for a time.

Samiullah Shinwari is living in Kabul, But his mother will be buried in his village Nazyan of Shinwari district, Nangarhar tomorrow.

All-rounder Samiullah Shinwari didn’t say anything about the demise of his beloved mother, but cricket fans are shocked and were in hurry to extend their condolences to the family of the Afghan iconic all-rounder.

Leg spinner was scheduled to fly to Sri Lanka on the 23rd of November but it is unclear now that he will leave as scheduled or will delay his travel to participate in the league (LPL).

Seven Afghan cricketers Karim Sadiq, Samiullah Shinwari, Aftab Alam, Hazratullah Zazai, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Naveen ul Haq and Qais Ahmad to feature in the LPL 2020 for deferent franchises scheduled to start on 26th of November in Sri Lanka.

Rashid Khan’s mother, Gulbadin Naib’s newborn child, and national cricketer Najibullah Tarakai were the others who passed away this year 2020 and shocked and saddened the cricketing world and fans.

The 32 years old leg spinner all-rounder Samiullah Shinwari is one of the elite Afghan cricketers represented Afghanistan for over 15 years at international cricket and inspired many in Afghanistan by his achievements and services for Afghanistan cricket.

He played over 100 international matches for Afghanistan and scored brilliant 96 runs in Afghanistan lonely and first-ever wins against Scotland in the 50-overs World Cup.



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