Babar Azam, Pakistan’s captain, has warmed hearts by visiting a Lahore orphanage and playing cricket with the children there. At a Lahore orphanage, Babar Azam plays cricket with “little heroes”.
The skipper posted images of the visit on Instagram, writing: “Yesterday, I had the pleasure of meeting our young heroes at Yateem Khana in Lahore. Overall, I pleased with the facilities. The heroes appeared to be content and determined to make a difference in their lives.”
At a Lahore orphanage, Babar Azam plays cricket with “little heroes”
“Let’s do all in our power to assist these superstars and institutions,” he continued as a call to action for fans.
Babar is shown smiling at the “crease,” holding a bat and ready to confront a ball in the accompanying photographs.
They also showed the captain handing out autographed cricket balls to some lucky fans.
Fans reacted positively to the thoughtful gesture, with one commenting: “There is only one heart in my body. How many times are you going to steal it?”
“King for a reason,” wrote another.
“Love from India,” said one.
In the first two hours after it was posted, the post earned almost 216,000 likes.