Talha Talib has caught everyone’s attention after delivering a phenomenal performance in the Tokyo Olympics 2020 for Pakistan. Although he failed to win any medal in Men’s 67 KG, Weight-Lifting, but him ending up at 5th has caught the attention of every Pakistani. Multiple Cricketing stars have tweeted in support of Talha Talib. People thanked him because of representing Pakistan in the Olympics even with low facilities. Before the start of the event, the Pakistan Cricket Board had posted a video in which both Male and Female Cricketers of Pakistan showed their support and wished luck to the Pakistani Athletes participating in Tokyo Olympics 2020.
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After Talha Talib’s brilliant performance, here’s how former Pakistan’s ODI and Test Captain, Azhar Ali reacted:
Not only Azhar, but the current vice-captain of Pakistan’s limited overs side Shadab Khan also tweeted applauding Talha Talib:
Shadab not just applauded Talha, but also pledged to set up a fund for Pakistan’s Olympics’ athletes for the next event. Shadab Khan launched his own hashtag as well, #SKOlympicsFund. This move by the vice captain of Pakistan’s limited overs side surely won everyone’s heart, and this will indeed be beneficial for the athletes.
Former No.1 ranked ODI bowler, Hasan Ali also tweeted in favor of Talha Butt:
Not just these 3 cricketers, but every single Pakistani has shown support for Talha Talib and wished him best of luck to continue making Pakistan Proud in Olympics. Talha Talib finished 5th in Men’s Weight-Lifting in Men’s 67 KG. Talib contested in 2018 Commonwealth games and has won Bronze Medal for Pakistan there. Born in Gujranwala, He is also the Pakistani national champion in the 62 kg category. The 21 year old surely has a bright future ahead after what he did today for Pakistan in the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
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