REVEALED | Here is why Babar Azam’s father cried after Pakistan’s win over India in T20 World Cup 2021

While everyone was assuming that it was Pakistan maiden win over India in World Cup that made Babar's father cry, it has now been revealed that he got emotional due a different reason.

Aditya Kumar Editor

Updated - 30 October 2021 5:42 pm

The whole Pakistan was crying tears of joy after the Green Brigade beat India in a World Cup game after a long wait of 29 years. The Men in Green put up a dominant performance on October 24 to outplay their arch-rivals by a 10-wicket margin at ongoing the T20 World Cup. Given that it was an unprecedented feat, the whole Pakistan rejoiced at the moment.

Amidst all the circulating videos about how the players and the countrymen celebrated the victory, one video that had gone viral was that of Babar Azam's father who couldn't hold his tears as soon as Pakistan scored the winning runs against India in the game in Dubai. Notably, Babar's father Azam Siddique had also went to the Dubai International Cricket Stadium to watch the game and to see him breaking down in tears, his people gave him support and congratulated him with the rest of the spectators watching the heartwarming moment.

Now my nation should know some truth: Babar Azam's father Azam Siddique

While everyone was assuming that it was Pakistan maiden win over India in World Cup that made Babar's father cry, it has now been revealed that he got emotional due to a different reason.

Taking to Instagram on Saturday, Azam Siddique revealed that while Babar was playing for Pakistan during the first three games of the side, the mother of the Pakistan skipper was on a ventilator. Azam added that he had gone to the stadium to make sure that Babar doesn't break down in the tough time.

"Now my nation should know some truth. Congratulations to all of you on the victory of all three. There was a big test at our house. On the day the match was against India, on that day Babar's mother was on the ventilator. Babar played all three matches in severe distress. I don't want to come here. It was supposed to be, but I came so that Babar may not get weak. It is the grace of God that he is fine now. The purpose of sharing is to not criticize our national heroes without any reason. And yes, I know, if I don't get paradise. If you get a position, you have to give the exams too. Long live Pakistan," Azam said on Instagram while sharing the pictures of his family.

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