Pakistan Veteran Wicketkeeper-Batsman Kamran Akmal recently posted his workout video and internet has a lot to say on it.
View this post on Instagram
Kamran Akmal had also revealed that he practices at least three hours a day before working out in the gym.
Kamran Akmal last played international cricket in April 2017, but recently featured for the Peshawar Zalmi in this year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL).
In the nine games he played, Akmal scored 251 runs, which included a century, at an average of 27.88 and a strike-rate of 161.93.
He started his international career in November 2002 with a Test match at Harare Sports Club.
Into just his third Test inning during his debut tour to Zimbabwe in 2002, Kamran Akmal notched his first international half-century. Only in early 2005 against West Indies was Akmal’s batting given additional exposure, sent as an opening partner to Imran Nazir to face West Indies
His form against the touring England in 2005 made him one of the most important players in the team.
During Pakistan’s tour of Australia in 2009, Akmal was blamed for match-fixing in the 2nd Test where he dropped Michael Hussey four times in the same innings. He missed a couple of tours due to the allegations. Kamran was eventually cleared by the ICC and he then went on to represent Pakistan in the 2011 edition of the World Cup.