World Cup: Mohammed Shami, Rashid Khan, Imran Tahir among other players attend Eid prayers
The Islamic festival of Eid marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, cricketers from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and South Africa offered prayers and celebrated Eid
Mohammed Shami shared his Eid wishes on Twitter.
He wrote, ''May Allah flood your life with happiness on this occasion, your heart with love, your soul with spiritual, your mind with wisdom, wishing you a very Happy Eid."#EidAlFitr2019''
Rashid Khan, Afghanistan's record-breaking spinner shared his Eid wishes on Twitter along with a photo.
He wrote, ''Eid Mubarak to everyone around the world''
Mehidy Hasan, Bangladesh's all-rounder shared a picture of the Bangladesh team outside a mosque in England after they offered Eid prayers.
Along with the picture, he wrote, ''Wishing each other on Eid deepens the bond of love and brotherhood. Blessed Eid ul-Fitr to all of you.''
Imran Tahir attended Eid prayers at a Southampton mosque on Tuesday ahead of their team's crucial World Cup clash against India.
The 40-year-old Tahir, a Pakistan-born leg-spinner, is set to quit one-day-internationals after the tournament.
Hashim Amla also attended Eid prayers at the Southampton mosque along with his teammate Imran Tahir.
Top-order batsman Amla, 36, missed the team's second World Cup game against Bangladesh on Sunday after being hit on the head by a bouncer in the tournament opener against England.
Both Amla and Tahir left the mosque for a net session.
Hasan Ali, the young-gun in the Pakistan bowling attack shared his Eid wishes on Twitter.
''Eid Mubarak to everyone around the world may Allah keep Pakistan shining and everyone always happy and safe inshallah missing my mom and family so much during this time but we are on a team mission here and need duas and belief only #PakistanZindabad #EidMubarak,'' wrote Ali.
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Babar Azam, the Pakistan opening batsman wrote on Twitter, ''The blessed month of Ramadan has again left us with the lessons of love, empathy and humility. Please don't judge and be kind to the people irrespective of their gender, faith or colour. Be extra kind to the people who are not there yet.