Shoaib Malik once again forgets to wish Sania Mirza on their anniversary!
The power couple of Pakistan star cricketer Shoaib Malik and Indian tennis star Sania Mirza is celebrating their 11th anniversary.
However, it seems like Malik Sahab is getting habitual of forgetting their wedding date.
“Oops ghalti se mistake hogaya,” he wrote trying to mend his forgetfulness.
“Wishing you a day late as always,” Malik said in his tweet.
“Love you, Sania, to the moon and back begum, Bay-Ghum,” Shoaib added.
– Oops ghalti se mistake hogaya…— Shoaib Malik 🇵🇰 (@realshoaibmalik) April 13, 2021
Wishing you a day late as always, love you @MirzaSania to the moon and back begum, Bay-Ghum 😉 ♥️
Twitter started to have a field day after Shoaib Malik’s Tweet and there were a number of fans who lent him a few golden pieces of advice.
Mistake glthi say hogaye par mistake kis say wo vi?— Asfandyar khan (@Asfandyar46071) April 13, 2021
Nae bhabi don't accept. Appolgy b nae ki
Smart b banraha hay glthi b kisi bay zaban english word pay daal raha hay
Last may Bay aur (Ghum)alag likar indirect apko Ghum bolraha hay toba😱
Note am not broker @MirzaSania
Ab ye Galti Galti se bhi dubra nahi karna warna ghar me khana bhi nhi milega🤣🤣— Mr.Sakko (@RDXSakko) April 13, 2021
malik saab na kiya kre ye mistakes.😜time pe wish kiya kre— Raees Nawab Raees (@NawabRaees) April 14, 2021
Ensure you have iodex and painkillers at home 😖— Humayoon (@humayoon786) April 14, 2021
This isn’t a mistake. This is war 😂— Rafid (@rafid_zafar) April 13, 2021
Aj batting sania bhabhi karengi https://t.co/GjINSWOVjG— Abdullah Ismail (@abdullah_aheer1) April 13, 2021
While Sania Mirza didn’t forget to wish her husband.
Marking their 11th anniversary Sania shared two throwback photos of the couple along with a cheeky caption.
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The couple tied the knot in 2010 and welcomed their first child Izhaan in October 2018.
The 39-year-old all-rounder played his last international game, a T20 international against England in Manchester in September 2020.
His last appearance in the 50-over format came against India at the 2019 World Cup.
Shoaib Malik made his international debut in an ODI against the West Indies in Sharjah in 1999. His Test debut came two years later against Bangladesh.
The right-handed batsman has played 35 Tests, 287 ODIs, and 116 T20Is for Pakistan.
Shoaib Malik has 7,534 runs next to his name in the ODI format, including nine centuries.
In the Test format, he has scored 1,898 runs including three centuries.