Is Shaun Tait dead? Shahnawaz Dahani’s cryptic tweet leaves fans stunned


Pakistani speed demon Shahnawaz Dahani posted an emotional message about the departure of bowling coach Shaun Tait after the ODI series between the Men in Green and New Zealand on Friday in Karachi.

Despite being fairly active on social media, Shahnawaz Dahani received a lot of backlash on Saturday (Jan. 14) for his disrespectful caption.

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Shahnawaz Dahani, a Pakistani cricketer, caused much controversy on Twitter when he discredited Shaun Tait, the team’s bowling coach. Tait’s contract expires next month and according to a Geo Super report, he is not expected to keep his job.

Following the completion of the ODI series between Pakistan and New Zealand in Karachi on Friday, Shahnawaz Dahani uploaded a series of photos of himself with Tait and captioned, “A friend who brought a smile left with tears last night. #ShaunTait”. Many Twitter users were surprised to see the crying emoji next to the heartbroken emoji, thinking Tait was dead.

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Shahnawaz Dahani was slammed and brutally roasted by Twitter for his silly caption:

Tait announced his retirement from international cricket in 2016, having played his last T20 for Australia. He served as bowling coach for Afghanistan last year at the T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates before leaving in December.

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Glenn Phillips hit an unbeaten half-century as New Zealand beat Pakistan by two wickets in the third and final one-day international in Karachi on Friday. New Zealand won their first ODI series in Pakistan in six tries, keeping them top of the one-day rankings.

Notably, Pakistan suffered a two-wicket defeat in the third and final ODI against New Zealand in Karachi on Friday (January 13). As a result, the Men in Green gave up the 50-over series 2–1.

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