Shadab Khan’s lookalike takes over the Internet

A female spectator has taken over social media for her uncanny resemblance to Pakistani cricketer Shadab Khan.

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“He should marry her"

A spectator cheering for her team during the T20 Australia-Pakistan semi-final has gone viral for her uncanny resemblance to Shadab Khan.

Many social media users questioned if Shadab’s doppelgänger was his sister.

Finding the lookalikes of celebrities and famous personalities is a popular trend on social media.

Some of them are so strikingly similar that it can be difficult to identify the lookalikes and celebrities apart.

In a tweet that has since gone viral, a picture of all-rounder Shadab Khan has been compared to a female cricket fan.

The woman is seen smiling widely as she holds her hands together whilst watching the match.

Netizens flocked to Twitter to share their thoughts.

One user said: “Female version of Shadab Khan.”

Whilst another said: “Shadab found his soulmate, all the girls should stop simping now.”

Another Twitter user compared their features and said:

“It’s even crazier how their teeth have the same shape.”

A fourth user added:

“He should marry her, their children will be carbon copies of them.”

The viral tweet was shared on November 14, 2021, and has since amassed over 9,000 likes and 800 retweets.

Pakistan cricket fans reacted with good grace and humour to their team’s exit from the T20 World Cup.

The team bowed out on November 11, 2021, losing by five wickets to Australia.

Pictures of Shadab Khan sitting on the ground following the match went viral on social media.

Skipper Babar Azam and all-rounder Shoaib Malik were seen consoling him in the field following their defeat.

Shadab took to Twitter and said: “Sorry Pakistan. We tried our best.

“Thank you for all your support and love throughout the tournament.

“I am proud of my team. We will InshAllah bounce back with your support.

“Preparations for the next series and the next world cup start now #PakistanZindabad.

“Thank you to the entire coaching staff @HaydosTweets, @VDP_24, @Saqlain_Mushtaq Bhai, and co for their constant support.

“They gave us freedom and confidence.

“I can’t thank enough people but most of all thank you for all those who support us during tough times.”

In another tweet, Shadab said:

“It was a great experience to represent Pakistan in my first #T20WorldCup.

“The support we received was unbelievable.

“Aiming to work hard and prepare for the next World Cup. #PakistanZindabad.”

Prime Minister Imran Khan also took to Twitter to make a statement about the match.

He said: “I know exactly how all of you are feeling right now because I have faced similar disappointments on the cricket field.

“But you should all be proud of the quality of cricket you played & the humility you showed in your wins.”

Australia went on to become the T20 World Cup champions after they defeated New Zealand by eight wickets.

Australia’s win was the first time that the team has lifted the trophy.

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