Pakistani fast bowler Hassan Ali said on Monday that he would invite Indian cricketers to his wedding, saying that at the end of the day, they were all professionals.
The right-arm pacer refused to delve into details as to which of the Indian cricketers he will invite to his wedding.
“I will invite the Indian cricketers to come to my marriage ceremony, after all, we are all cricket mates,” he said.
“I would love it if some Indian players come to the ceremony in Dubai, it would be lovely. The contest is on the field and not off it. In the end, we are all professional cricketers and must share happiness,” he added.
Media reports claimed last week that Hassan was all set to marry an Indian flight engineer Shamia Arzoo.
Hassan had claimed that talks were underway and that he would reveal the date of the marriage to the world if both parties agree to the marriage.
A few days ago, he spoke to media and confirmed his marriage to Shamia.
On the cricket front, the pacer has yet to regain form after he fared poorly in the World Cup, taking less wickets and going for expensive runs.
Hassan is one of Pakistan’s main fast bowlers with Shaheen Afridi and Mohammad Amir. He led the team to their maiden ICC Champions Trophy victory in 2017 via fiery bowling.