Naseem Shah is unable to hurl heat-seeking yorkers and scorching bumpers these days and so he is utilizing his free time in honing his cooking skills. In the video below, he is preparing a mainstay in subcontinent cuisine - chicken karahi.
In the video, the 'chef' is looking quite adept at cooking traditional subcontinent dishes and he is patiently allowing the mixture to simmer. The 17-year-old is playing well with all the vital ingredients that are essential to make a perfect karahi which tastes finger-licking good with a 'naan'. Naseem can't wait for his family to give the verdict.
The spin wizard and now very much a family man, Danish Kaneria, is fixing some faulty wires in the absence of specialists and let's hope he doesn't get out of the radar.
Kaneria had an illustrious career with Pakistan, played 61 Tests and bagged 261 wickets at an average of 34.79.
Kaneria is keeping himself busy by playing board games with his kids and showing us all how to make good use of time while we are confined to our homes.
Don't be a covidiot and join the squat challenge started by Wahab Riaz. Squat 50 times to keep sluggishness out of your system.
The fiery speedster challenged Test team skipper, Azhar Ali, to pull off 50 squats and the skipper was quick to accept the challenge on Twitter. This is a great exercise to keep ourselves fit.
To @AzharAli_ bhai, we’ve all seen you do push ups, but now I challenge you to do some squats! 50 to do in total and make sure they're done properly??— Wahab Riaz (@WahabViki) March 26, 2020
And please mention who you challenge next!#LockDownLife #Isolation #Fitness pic.twitter.com/Z4ypW7F9IZ
The newest batting phenom, Haider Ali, had an impressive Pakistan Super League debut this year and before that, he already made the headlines with an emphatic start to his career in the U19 World Cup.
He hasn't look flustered a bit in his batting and caught the attention of greats such as Ian Bishop. In these testing times, Haider is not losing his focus and keeping himself occupied by batting with a hanging ball and he is finding the middle of the bat in the practice session with the ball that swings like a pendulum.
You can't keep Babar Azam out of the game especially with the kind of superb form he is in these days. The number one T20 batsman is showing immaculate defence in the yard.
He doesn't need cricket protective gear because he seldom loses the sight of the ball. Babar can be seen playing some delectable cover drives but the outfield is slow and there is a wall preventing certain boundaries.
You can't keep No.1 #T20Ibatsman #Babarazam out of cricket, He playing at home with his cousins and time the Bowl so sweetly as ever.— Bilal Sidhu??? (@Ibilall1) March 22, 2020
Please stay at home for you and Your love Ones.#StayHomeStaySafe #StayAtHomeChallenge #COVID2019 #BabarAzamWorld pic.twitter.com/4mtYY8km7U