Eid Al-Adha 2021: Sports Brotherhood extends greetings on festive occasions Other Sports News

People all over India are celebrating Eid al-Adha today. It is also known as Bakrid, and please say goodbye to the sports Brotherhood. From Indian tennis star Sania Mirza to cricketer Mohammed Shami and Real Madrid and Karim Benzema from France to football, they all celebrated a special day wishing their fans well. “Eid Mubarak to everyone. For me, Eid is a long way from family and home, but I wish you all happiness, joy and love from your loved ones … May God accept our twins and sacrifices,” Sania Mirza wrote on Twitter from a local Olympic Village.

“In the midst of the global health pandemic, may Allah keep you and your family healthy and safe. You wish Eid-al-Adha very happy,” Shami tweeted.

Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan posted some of his photos and wished Eid Mubarak fans.

Sunrisers Hyderabad Rashid’s Indian Premier League franchise also celebrated a special day by wishing its fans and asking them all to “stay home and celebrate your loved ones”.

Indian cricketer Mohammed Siraj, meanwhile, wanted his “Eid Mubarak” followers on Instagram a day earlier. Siraj is currently in England with the Indian team in a 5-match Test series.

“Eid Mubarak taqabal Allah mina wa minkoum,” Benzema wrote on Twitter. It means “accept Allah” [good deeds] you and us “.

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah also extended his greetings to his fans and made Eid Al-Adha happy.

Pakistani tailor Shaheen Afridi posted a couple of photos of himself on Twitter and wrote: “The occasion of #EidAlAdha reminds us of Hazrat Ibraheem’s tremendous sacrifice (peace be upon him) .This is also a reminder of Patience, obedience and absolute trust in Allah SWT. May Allah make SWT easier for all. I pray and wish you all the best. “

Babar Azam, the skipper of the Pakistan Cricket team, “wholeheartedly wishes #Hajj and #EidAlAdha Mubarak to all of them” and added, “May this Eid bring peace and prosperity to your lives, Ameen”.

For the second year in a row, Eid al-Adha is being celebrated around the world in the shadow of COVID-related restrictions. The festivities began on the evening of July 20 and will continue this evening in India.

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