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Asia Cup presenter Zainab Abbas dazzles fans in stylish outfits on the pitch after explaining why she won't marry a cricketer

POPULAR television host Zainab Abbas looked phenomenal while reporting from the pitch in Pakistan after revealing why she would never marry a cricketer.

The sports presenter wore a chic blue dress with short sleeves and a collared v-shaped neck on Wednesday for the beginning of the Pakistan vs Nepal Asia Cup 2023 tournament.

Zainab Abbas wore a stunning blue dress in Multan for the first match of the tournament

The popular sports presenter is known for having impeccable style

The mum-of-one revealed why she would never marry a cricketer despite her connections to the sport

Her fans shared their adoration for her and her dazzling look in the comment section beneath photos on her Instagram.

One user wrote: “looking very pretty in blue zainab! keep reaching new heights and ignore the haters #lovelovelove.”

Another said: “Stunning sister.”

Someone else wrote: “Beautiful as always.”

One user said they were more excited to see Zainab than they were to watch the Asia Cup.

Zainab is the daughter of former national cricketer Nasir Abbas and Pakistani politician Andleeb Abbas.

Given her professional and family connections to cricket, many would not have been surprised to see her marry a player.

But she has now revealed why ending up with a cricketer was never an option for her.

Pakistani media reported she said: “I could not find one as I keep my personal and professional life separate.”

Zainab has been keeping her eye on national players though, and said she considered Babar Azam to be the best currently playing, and Shahid Afridi the most handsome of all time.

The charming commentator married Hamza Kardar in 2019.

The pair had their first child, a baby boy named Taimur Hamza Kardar, two years into their marriage.

Zainab said he is her “finest bit of work yet”.

The presenter was joined at the Multan Cricket Stadium on Wednesday by former Zimbabwe captain and respected coach Andy Flower and legendary former Pakistan captain and fast bowler Waqar Younis.

Pakistan is today flying to Sri Lanka for the big-ticket clash against India at Pallekele on September 2, before returning to Lahore for their Super Four game on September 6, then flying back to Sri Landa for the next game on September 9.

Zainab Abbas was flanked in Multan by cricket legends Andy Flower (L) and Waqar Younis (R)

Zainab is the daughter of former national cricketer Nasir Abbas and Pakistani politician Andleeb Abbas