Kolkata Knight Riders skipper Eoin Morgan has ended his visit to the United Arab Emirates with a tour to famous Sheikh Zayed Mosque in Abu Dhabi alongside his wife on Wednesday. He posted a beautiful picture from his visit on social media which garnered a lot of reactions.
Meanwhile, Kolkata’s run in IPL 2020 came to an end after Sunrisers Hyderabad scripted a 10-wicket win. With only one place on offer, Hyderabad secured their playoff berth. Along with KKR and SRH, Royal Challengers Bangalore had also finished with 7 wins but the Kolkata-based outfit has the worst net run-rate among the three and thus finished at the fifth spot.
Eoin Morgan visits the Grand Mosque
Eoin Morgan, who reunited with the franchise was handed the leadership duties midway in the competition after Dinesh Karthik stepped down. In seven games, the England captain led KKR to three wins. He also scored a 35-ball 68 runs knock against Rajasthan Royals in the do-or-die clash and powered his side to an impressive 60-run win.
Meanwhile, Eoin Morgan made a visit to the famous Sheikh Zayed Mosque before he departed for the UK. The England legend dressed in the traditional light blue coloured Emirati outfit as he visited the largest mosque in the gulf country. His wife was also dressed in the traditional dresses as the couple posed for a beautiful photograph.
“Lovely morning in the beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque,” Eoin Morgan wrote on Twitter as he shared the photograph.
Lovely morning in the beautiful Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque 🕌 pic.twitter.com/TlcNH3g8Fn
— Eoin Morgan (@Eoin16) November 4, 2020
Soon after Eoin Morgan posted the photograph, the post garnered a lot of reaction. While many hailed him promoting secularism, some termed his as Sheikh Morgan.
Here are some of the reactions:
Wallah habibi…. looking so handsome n beautiful both of you in this outfit….
— Shakeel_Akhtar (@BeingShakeel55) November 4, 2020
How tf you can say they look great while they are even not visible 😂
— Hasitha Kaushan (@HereIamKaushan) November 4, 2020
That’s our new kit for the next World Cup.
— Andrew Iddon ⚽️🏏 (@Andy_Iddon) November 4, 2020
Wallaaaaahh.. Lookinh handsome..
May Almighty keep u away from eye of devil
— Waqas Amjad (@waqas_amjaad) November 4, 2020
Same thing will never do by muslims at Church…best of luck for your secularism
— Ajay (@ajay_pandit8) November 4, 2020
— Hasan Patel (@Hasanpatel) November 4, 2020
— Jwala Thapa Magar (@JwalaMagar) November 4, 2020
World Cup shirt blue… https://t.co/2FGRn9t5WV
— Ali Martin (@Cricket_Ali) November 4, 2020