Pakistan cricket team makes Indian taxi driver in Australia dream come true
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan cricket fans have been left hurting after seeing their team brutally lose against Australia in the first Test match in Brisbane.
However, a story from Australia has the potential to cheer up some of the fans. Yasir Shah, Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah along with two others made an Indian taxi driver’s dreams come true.
This story was revealed by Alison Mitchell, who is ABC’s radio presenter, as she talked to former Australian bowler Mitchell Johnson.
She unveiled that the Indian taxi driver was called to the hotel where the Pakistan cricket team was staying for the first Test match against Australia.
A cricket fanatic himself, the Indian driver picked up Yasir Shah, Shaheen Afridi, Naseem Shah along with two others to take them to a restaurant.
They wanted to go to an Indian restaurant for a meal and he took them there. But when they got out, the driver said there’s no need to pay and the cab ride is on him.
In return, the Pakistani cricketers offered the Indian driver to join them for dinner and he agreed. Later, the driver also dropped them off back at the hotel.
The heartwearming story of the Indian taxi driver & five Pakistan players. ABC radio presenter Alison Mitchell tells Mitchell Johnson about it. Just fantastic! [image: ????????] Athletes are ambassadors of their countries. Well done boys, @Shah64Y link, @iShaheenAfridi link & Nasim Shah.@TheRealPCB link