KARACHI – Pakistani cricketer Ahmad Shahzad visited slain qawwal Amjad Sabri’s house on Saturday in Karachi and offered condolences to the bereaved family.

During the visit, Shehzad took selfies with Sabri’s children, played cricket with them and gifted his T-shirt to Sabri’s younger son, Mohib Ali while playing cricket with him in the street.

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“I’ve specifically come to satisfy Amjad Sabri’s more youthful son. I used to grieve over the loss he has suffered,” Ahmad Shehzad said, adding that Amjad Sabri was a big name in Pakistan.

Earlier, the opening batsman had taken assured that he would sponsor 15 under-privileged children a few days back and on Saturday he met young thalassemia patients and announced that he would pay for the treatment of three children.