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Sarfaraz's cleanliness with eating biriyani

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Pakistan have been whitewashed by 5-0 in the one-day series in Australia in the United Arab Emirates a few days ago. Just after the legendary paceman and Pakistan's 1992 World Cup winning hero, Wasim Akram is quite unhappy about the fitness of the current team of Pakistan. After such a shameful result, one of the greatest fast bowlers of all time, has criticized players' fitness consciousness and PCB's food menu. Akram, who is particularly worried about the Pakistan team's cricket team, was relieved of his anxiety.

However, the regular captain of the team, Sarfraz Ahmed, is probably not favorable to take these criticisms about Biryani. Wasim Akram is unhappy and whoever he is, the captain of the Pakistan Cricket team has shed a bunch of recent biriyani food. The wicketkeeper-batsman, however, does not hide his impression of the fitness of the match game, his impression of Karachi's deliciously biriyani.

Sarfaraz, who had come from Karachi, told him about his weakness in Biriyaani, in a conversation with a private news media. The 32-year-old cricketer said, "I love Karachi's Viriyani very much. Cow meat and Shermul Roti also take great pleasure. Whatever the biriyani is, the meat should be fine and must be tasty.

Sarfaraz said, "There is no special relationship with Biriyani," Sarfaraz said, "I have become accustomed to eating biriyani. If your body adjusts with such food, then it is very difficult to stop yourself from eating it. "It is to be mentioned that during the series in the Emirates, the Pakistan team was rested, captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, including six regular players. But in the series against Australia, many of the cricketers did not get into the fitness test. The Pakistan team's cricketer made absolutely bad performances in the field. Players have criticized many former cricketers, including Wasim Akram, who saw players' body language and capability against powerful Australia.
                

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