Biryani would be my cheat meal after a five-for, Pakistan wicket-taking speedster says

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir said biryani would be his cheat meal after a five-for

Pakistan seamer Mohammad Amir: “Biryani. But only if my wife is cooking for me. She’s a good cook and she makes a very good biryani”

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Pakistan left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir is no stranger to taking five-wicket hauls and admitted that his cheat meal after getting one would be a biryani.

However, Amir made it clear that he doesn’t want any biryani, but one cooked by his wife since she is a “good cook and she makes a very good biryani”.

“Biryani. But only if my wife is cooking for me. She’s a good cook and she makes a very good biryani,” the 28-year-old told ESPNcricinfo.

Amir, who retired from international cricket last year, is currently playing for the Karachi Kings in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

He did extremely well in the Kings’ opening match against the Quetta Gladiators as he finished with figures of 1-14 off his four overs.

The Kings won the match by seven wickets and will be looking to secure their second win when they go up against Islamabad United on Wednesday.

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