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Monday, 29 October 2018

Finch's touching gesture for Pakistan star's son


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Australia's hard fought series against Pakistan has come to a heartwarming ending after captain Aaron Finch gave Mohammad Hafeez's son a moment he won't forget.

Hafeez took to his personal Twitter account to thank Finch after he took the time out to meet Hafeez's son Roshaan and hand him a signed jersey.

"Thanks (Aaron Finch) to be so nice (and) kind to my kids," Hafeez wrote.

"My son Roshaan is so happy to meet (you) (and) to (have) (your) playing shirt. Stay blessed."

The interaction came after the completion of a tour where the matches between the two sides were played in great spirit, despite Australia going winless in both the Test and Twenty20 series.

After falling to a 1-0 defeat in the two-Test series, Australia failed in their attempt to chase down a Pakistan target in all three Twenty20 matches, the worst being in the first match of the series which saw Australia bowled out for just 89. 

Finch's gesture comes at a key time in the future of Australian cricket following the release of a review undertaken by The Ethics Centre into the culture of Australian cricket following the disastrous tour of South Africa in March.

 

 

Australia's hard fought series against Pakistan has come to a heartwarming ending after captain Aaron Finch gave Mohammad Hafeez's son a moment he won't forget.

Hafeez took to his personal Twitter account to thank Finch after he took the time out to meet Hafeez's son Roshaan and hand him a signed jersey.

"Thanks (Aaron Finch) to be so nice (and) kind to my kids," Hafeez wrote.

"My son Roshaan is so happy to meet (you) (and) to (have) (your) playing shirt. Stay blessed."

The interaction came after the completion of a tour where the matches between the two sides were played in great spirit, despite Australia going winless in both the Test and Twenty20 series.

After falling to a 1-0 defeat in the two-Test series, Australia failed in their attempt to chase down a Pakistan target in all three Twenty20 matches, the worst being in the first match of the series which saw Australia bowled out for just 89. 

Finch's gesture comes at a key time in the future of Australian cricket following the release of a review undertaken by The Ethics Centre into the culture of Australian cricket following the disastrous tour of South Africa in March.

 

 

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