A cricketer who is now banned for 6 months because he tease Cricketer Shoaib Malik’s wife Sania Mirza

One time Indian tennis player and Pakistani cricketer Shoaib Malik’s wife Sania Mirza has revealed a sensational disclosure and this disclosure has been made by Sania Mirza’s Shaheb Shoaib Malik.

Shoaib Malik has said that a cricketer had tampered with his wife Sania Mirza. The cricketer who has tampered with Sania Mirza is Bangladeshi batsman Shabbir Rehman. According to Shoaib Malik’s claim, he was in Dhaka to play in a domestic tournament where Bangladesh’s star batsman Shabbir Rahman had tampered with his wife Sania Mirza. Shoaib Malik has reported that he complained about the official cricket committee of Dhaka Metropolis (CCDM).

According to Shoaib Malik, Sania Mirza had come to chew them and Shabbir Rehman did this with them. Tell me Shabbir Rahman is a very controversial cricketer. He has done many things on the field, which has led Shabbir to get punished many times. Recently, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has imposed a 6-month ban on Shabbir Rahman in the matter of threatening fanatics and using abusive language against them on social media. He has not been given a place in the Asia Cup team too.

Now in case of tampered with Sania Mirza, she can also get a life bane. Shabbir Rahman has also made a scuffle with a cricket fan during a tournament. During the Inning Break on the second day of the match of the Rajshahi Divisional National Cricket League, a fan made a noisy look at Shabbir. Shabbir sought permission from the umpire to go out in the middle of the match and he went behind the site screen to beat the fan. This incident happened in front of the reserve umpire, which was also complained to the match referee.

Now that Shabbir Rahman has already been banned for 6 months, there is a possibility that his career will be over after Sania Mirza’s case of flirting is revealed. 

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