Pakistan cricket team celebrates Eid in Sri Lanka

Pakistan cricket team is currently on its tour to Sri Lanka for three Tests, five ODIs and two T20s


Web Desk July 18, 2015
Pakistan cricketers offer Eid prayers a mosque in Colombo on July 18, 2015. PHOTO: AFP

COLUMBO: Eid away from home is just not the same. As Muslims worldwide celebrated Eidul Fitr, Pakistan cricket team travelled on Saturday to a local mosque in Colombo to offer Eid prayers.

The cricket team is currently on its tour to Sri Lanka for three Tests, five ODIs and two T20s. Eid marks the culmination of the holy month of Ramazan during which Muslims abstain from eating and drinking from dawn to duck.

Here are some pictures of the cricket team at a mosque in Colombo.



Ahmed Shehzad offers Eid prayers at a mosque in Colombo on July 18, 2015. PHOTO: AFP 



Cricketer Asad Shafiq offers prayers during Eid at a mosque in Colombo on July 18, 2015. PHOTO: AFP



Cricket captain Azhar Ali (L) and coach Waquar Younis (2R) offer Eid prayers at a mosque in Colombo on July 18, 2015. PHOTO: AFP



Ahmed Shehzad (L) and Sarfraz Ahmed (2L) offer prayers during Eid celebrations at a mosque in Colombo on July 18, 2015. PHOTO: AFP




Cricketer Yasir Shah offers Eid prayers at a mosque in Colombo on July 18, 2015. PHOTO: AFP



Mohammad Hafeez (R) offers prayers during Eidul Fitr celebrations at a mosque in Colombo on July 18, 2015.  PHOTO: AFP

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