Former cricket captain and pace bowler Wasim Akram is not enjoying his life in the bio-secure bubble set up by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for the playoff matches of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Wasim Akram said,
“Life in a bubble is not much fun,” said Akram in an Instagram post shared on Wednesday.
Sharing a gym mirror photo, Wasim Akram said it was hard to continue motivated but “it’s only yourself who actually can push”.
The former skipper is the president of the Karachi Kings franchise and is isolating himself ahead of the final four matches of the Pakistan Super League. His team Karachi Kings had qualified in the play offs and are scheduled to play Multan Sultans on Saturday.
Wasim Akram is known as the greatest cricketers of Pakistan cricket is was also a part of the winning team of the world cup 1992 which was led by Imran Khan who is currently the Prime Minister of Pakistan. Wasim Akram is also known as the greatest All-rounders around the world.