“You Were My Home Mother” – Rashid Khan Mourns The Loss Of His Mother

Published 06/18/2020, 11:53 AM EDT


Afghanistan’s leg spinner, Rashid Khan, suffered a heavy blow from the universe as he deals with his mother passing away.

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Rashid Khan expresses his devastation after his mother tragically passes away

His mother was suffering from an illness. Rashid Khan has earlier taken to Twitter to express his concerns. He urged his fans and well-wishes to pray for his mother’s health and recovery. Tragically, his mother departed for her heavenly abode on June 18th.

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Initially, Afghanistan journalist, Jafar Haand, confided this news by taking to twitter. He prayed for that the family finds strength in the tough moments of life.

Now, Rashid Khan himself has taken to the social media platform to express his devastation. To him, his mother was home. Death of a closed one is never easy to deal with. In this difficult time, his team, family, and the entire cricket industry stands by him.

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The Afghanistan player had lost his father in January 2019

A year back in January 2019, he lost his father. During such time, he was playing in the Big Bash League as a part of Adelaide Strikers. Even though he was broken to bits, he continued to play and went onto playing against Brisbane Heat the next day.

He opened his heart out about the incident during an interview. He expressed the struggle his father endured to raise the family, along with the immense support he showed. Even then, he kept strong and believed that life needs to move on. Therefore, his mother, brothers, nephews, and everyone else will come together and help each other move forward.

“It happens. It’s life. In this situation, my family has really supported me… Especially my mum, my brothers, my nephews. They were encouraging me a lot from back home.”

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We hope he finds the strength and stands strong again.

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Shuvangi Sen Chaudhury

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Shuvangi is a senior WWE and AEW author at EssentiallySports. She has over 1000 published WWE articles and also has experience in content operations with Forbes. Having completed her undergraduation from Royal Holloway, University of London, Shuvangi is closely aligned to the fitness industry, having amateur skills levels in tennis and basketball while rowing at a regatta level.

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