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Maya Ali got emotional over Quetta’s win

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Quetta Gladiators brand ambassador Maya Ali shared a sentimental message. On the victory of Quetta Gladiators against Karachi Kings in the season finale. Pakistan’s leading actress and Pakistan Super League (PSL).

On social networking site Instagram. Maya Ali shared a detailed message sharing photos. Taken and photos of cricket fans present at the National Stadium Karachi during the sixth contest of PSL Five.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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Its not easy to play in front of thousands of people and sometimes under a lot of pressure, I still can’t imagine but as a brand ambassador of @quetta.gladiators i can feel that and yesterday was truly a tough match for both teams but #purpleforce did it… Congratulations to the whole team of Quetta gladiators, well done 👏🏻👏🏻… Also I want to add one more important thing, whether we play for different teams, one thing I always witness during the PSL matches is that we all gather for Pakistan as a nation, and I get really emotional to see crowds saying Pakistan Zindabad and that moment makes me feel more proud being Pakistani… We fight, we support different cities but we only stand for PAKISTAN… #quettagladiators #psl2020 #pakistanzindabad🇵🇰 #kaikaiquetta Pc: @alijaffraniphotography 📸

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Maya Ali praised his team Quetta Gladiators for winning the match and wrote that. Sometimes it is not easy to play under pressure in front of such a crowd.

She wrote that I did not realize this but as a Brand Ambassador of Quetta Gladiators I can feel that the match between Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators was a sensation, but due to Quetta’s best performance it Did this.

Maya felt it necessary to include in his message that what he saw during the PSL was that everyone should support their own teams, but as a nation we are one.

She wrote that in the stadium, he was feeling very emotional while chanting slogans of ‘Pakistan Zindabad’ and at that moment he was also proud to be Pakistani.

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