“Life is a game, where either you lose or you learn.” ~ Robert Kiyosaki.
It’s all about 2 days of cricket where we all had so much fun & had a healthy time together with lots of new friends.
I want to thank everyone who have been a part of this game specially Faisal Qureshi @the_himroo_man under whose captainship we were able to win these games and the series. Also Mir Imtiyazuddin @mir_imtiyaz_uddin @mirniyazuddin92, @khan_sabahat22 Shoeb and Faisal bhai who have batted amazingly. @moidafsar & @itsyebook who have taken wonderful catches. @tausi89 is really a showstopper.
Loved to see Gufran @guff_i hitting so hard wheras Syed Tanvir @syed10vir stumped me with his bowling.
It has been a while that i haven’t played cricket. But i think as it has been rightly said some nights are unplanned, random and spontaneous. All thanks to Mr. Faisal Quereshi and Syed Tanvir for inviting me to this amazing game.
And how can i forget @syed10vir for hitting me with the ball
I remember that i have created a vlog on ATF Sports Ground almost a year ago. Click below to watch the video and don’t forget to subscribe my channel. Channel link : https://www.youtube.com/sknomanahmed
This #vlog is about an upcoming Sports Carnival at Birmingham School of Sports and Health, Aurangabad which would happen from 15th to 18th August 2019. Timings are from 10 am to 10 pm. Entry is Free. So enjoy guys, Have a fit & healthy weekend.
Aurangabad YouTubers with Imtiyaz Jaleel, M.P of Aurangabad at Birmingham School for Sports & Health.
This vlog is shooted on the second day. Please like, comment, share & subscribe to my channel.
On the last day, I want to thank Future India, Birmingham School for sports and health & Unicorn Wings of India for making us a part of your Sports Carnival and also encouraging the YouTubers of Aurangabad City.
Here is my another Aurangabad Vlog. They call it ATF Turf but to me it actually looks like a Football Cage Match. We decided to play #Football & had a great time with these amazing young #Aurangabad Players & my brother Sufiyan.
Muhammad Ali was an American professional boxer, widely regarded as one of the greatest and most significant sporting figures in history. From early in his career, Ali was known as an inspiring, controversial and polarizing figure both inside and outside the ring.
When boxing legend Muhammad Ali was hospitalized last Monday with a respiratory illness, those close to him hoped he would bounce back as the 74-year-old had so many times before.
Family spokesman Bob Gunnell on Saturday said Ali had been admitted in fair condition but “things became more serious,” and then “it became clear that his condition wasn’t going to improve.” The cause of Ali’s death on Friday was septic shock “due to unspecified natural causes,” Gunnell said.
“Muhammad has battled back many times,” said Gunnell. “We expected it to happen this time.” But experts say the quick decline wasn’t surprising given the champ’s age and decades-long battle with Parkinson’s disease.