Fakhar Zaman revealed the sweet backstory behind his flying kiss celebration against the Quetta Gladiators. After scoring his sixth half-century in PSL 7, the in-form opener gave his youngster a flying kiss.
Fakhar Zaman hit another fifty in the PSL 7 match between Lahore Qalandars and Quetta Gladiators, continuing his incredible run. The explosive opener, on the other hand, celebrated by blowing a kiss. “That flying kiss was for my son,” Fakhar Zaman explained his celebration.
“Since Haris Rauf and the rest of the team are doing different things to celebrate wickets and catches, Zain sent me a cartoon that offered a flying kiss and he asked me to do the same for him if I scored a wicket,” Fakhar Zaman explained.
“I also shared the audio message with Shaheen, Rashid, and Haris,” the star batsman added, referring to his son’s small wish. So it was for my son, who had requested that I do it.”
“When he was watching the sport, I scored fifty and executed as he told, he then flushed and closed his eyes,” Fakhar Zaman said of his son’s adorable reaction. As a result, it was particularly for Zain.” Zain Fakhar, Fakhar Zaman’s son, also acknowledged his affection for his father, congratulated him on his 50th birthday, and gave him a flying kiss. With 469 runs in seven innings, including five half-centuries and a century, Fakhar Zaman is the leading scorer in PSL 7. He owns Hanif Mohammad Cap by a large margin, while Shan Masood and Muhammad Rizwan are second and third with 351 and 269 runs, respectively.