Pakistani pacer Shanawaz Dahani shared his educational background while sharing pictures of his visit to his childhood school.
Taking to Twitter, Dahani shared his pictures from a classroom where he studied till class six.
"It was an honor to visit & meet teachers & students, of my primary school. studied till class six here as my father couldn't afford fees further, so was admitted in Govt Pilot School Larkana till class 10. later did I.Com & B.Com from Commerce College Larkana," he shared.
Before the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 8 starts, national players are spending quality time with their family and friends.
Dahani made his village proud after he proved his mettle on the cricket field. After performing in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Dahani was selected in Multan Sultans for PSL 2021.
The right-arm pacer led Sultans' bowling from the front in his debut PSL season. Dahani picked up the highest 20 wickets in that edition to lay down a solid foundation for his team to win their maiden PSL title.
Dahani made his T20I debut against Bangladesh in the same year on the basis of his PSL performance. He took a wicket for 24 runs in four overs on his debut.
He was recently a part of Pakistan's Test and ODI squads for home series against England and New Zealand. He didn't get a chance to play any match.
Pakistan were beaten 3-0 by England in Test series whereas Test series against New Zealand held draw and later on Kiwis won three-match ODI series 2-1.