LONDON: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Mian Nawaz Sharif attended a polo match at the Guards Polo Club in Cambridge University. Maryam Nawaz Sharif’s son, Junaid Safdar represented Cambridge University against Oxford University.
Nawaz Sharif and other family members joined Junaid Safdar at Guards Polo Club for the match which was watched by hundreds of families of polo playing students from Cambridge and Oxford Universities.
Seated besides the PML-N supremo was Zayd Hussain, Hussain Nawaz Sharif’s son. Other family members including Nawaz Sharif’s son in law Ali Dar was also seen attending the match which was ultimately won by Oxford University.
Junaid Safdar was able to score 3 goals for his team and his horse received the award for the “Best Playing Pony”.
Junaid Safdar is currently reading law at prestigious the Cambridge University.
Junaid Safdar is the second Pakistani in history to play such a match for Cambridge University, with the first being Supreme Court judge Justice Yahya Afridi.
It’s believed that Junaid Safdar is only the second Pakistani to have played this match for the Cambridge team after Supreme Court judge Justice Yahya Afridi, who studied in Cambridge and played a match for the same team during his student years.
Commenting on the development, journalist Kamran Khan said: “Nothing like watching Polo at Cambridge in British summers that too with one grand son playing and the other sitting on the side, Mian Nawaz Sharif Sb that’s the best you could expect from life,keep enjoying @MaryamNSharif”