In the Corona era, this cricketer donated his land for the mosque, then went with the crowd and laid the foundation
The country and the world are currently passing through the corona virus. In many countries including India, this global epidemic has created a catastrophe. Every day the figures of corona victims are breaking records. In such a situation, the rich and celebrities are being asked to raise their hands to help people. Pakistan is also not untouched by Corona's attack. There too, this epidemic has caused a lot of damage. Amidst all this, Pakistan's stormy opener Fakhar Zaman has donated land for the mosque. He has given a plot for this work in Katlang area of Mardan district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. He has also laid the foundation of the mosque. Photos of the foundation stone of the mosque of Fakhar Zaman have also been revealed.
Pakistan journalist Saj Sadiq gave this information by tweeting. He has also posted pictures of Fakhar Zaman. In this, he is seen with a lot of people. During this time, some people's masks are also removed. Fakhar Zaman is a left-handed batsman. He was part of the Pakistan team on the recent tour of South Africa. During this, he had scored two consecutive centuries in the five ODI series. One of these innings was also of 193 runs. On the basis of this innings, he single-handedly pushed Pakistan closer to the target.
In 2017, he made headlines by hitting a century against India.
After the ODI series, Fakhar failed in the T20 series. He could score only one half-century in six matches. The worst of them happened against Zimbabwe. Against this country, Fakhar could cross the ten-point mark only once in three matches. Fakhar came into the limelight in the year 2017. Then he hit a century in the Champions Trophy against India. With his innings, Pakistan defeated India in the final. The 31-year-old has scored 192 in three Tests, 2262 in 50 ODIs and 948 in 46 T20 matches so far. He has scored six centuries in international cricket and all of them have been made in ODIs.