9 famous cricketers who got married in 2019

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9 famous cricketers who got married in 2019

Sports Desk – 2019 has been an eventful cricketing year. In 2019 too, many records in cricket were made and broken, but many cricketers also chose their life partner. Yes, many cricketers got married this year. Today we are going to tell about the cricketers who got married this year.

  1. Siddesh lad
    Indian cricketer Siddhesh Dinesh Lad married his girlfriend Hiral Khatri on 7 December. Let me tell you that after being in a relationship for 9 years, they decided to get married. Siddhesh plays for Mumbai in the Ranji team and in the last IPL he played for Mumbai Indians.
  2. Krishnappa Gowtham
    Karnataka star cricketer Krishnappa Gautam married his girlfriend Archana Sundar. On 7 December, Archana made seven rounds with Gautam and after that, his farewell followed by Scooty.
  3. Manish Pandey
    Indian team star batsman Manish Pandey married South actress Ashrita Shetty. On December 3, the two got married.
  4. Hasan Ali
    Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali married Samiya Arzoo of Indian origin. The marriage of both was very much discussed in the cricket world.
  5. Imad Wasim
    Pakistan team cricketer Imad Wasim is married to Sania Ashfaq, who hails from the UK. On Saturday, both of them got married in Islamabad.
  6. Mehedi Hasan Miraz
    21-year-old Bangladeshi all-rounder Mehedi Hasan Miraz married Rabeya Akhter Priti.
  7. Hanuma Vihari
    Team India cricketer Hanuma Vihari is married to his girlfriend Preeti Rai.
  8. Mustafizur Rahman
    Bangladeshi fast bowler Mustafizur Rahman married his cousin Samia Parvin Shimu.
  9. Nitish Rana
    Nitish Rana married his girlfriend Saachi Marwah. Nitish Rana plays for Kolkata Knight Riders in the IPL.
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