Wasim Akram shares beautiful picture with wife Shaniera

Wasim and Shaniera got married in 2013

By Web Desk
May 08, 2024
Wasim (L) and Shaniera got married in 2013 and couple had their first daughter, Aiyla, in December 2014

Pakistan’s legendary pacer Wasim Akram shared a beautiful picture with his wife Shaniera on Wednesday.

“Out and about in beautiful Melbourne with my love,” Wasim wrote in the caption of the post Instagram. 

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Wasim and Shaniera got married in 2013 and couple had their first daughter, Aiyla, in December 2014.

Earlier, Wasim had also shared his morning routine after being asked about it by his followers on social media.

Wasim shared that he wakes up at 6:30 in the morning, has a cup of coffee and takes six units of his insulin — in order to manage his blood sugar level.

The renowned commentator also goes for a walk, around eight kilometers, after dropping his daughter Aiyla at school.

Wasim also shared the breakfast, which included nuts, raisins, yogurt, blue berries, bananas and muesli, made by his “beautiful wife Shaniera”. He also made a hilarious remark about not having nihari, Pakistani dish, and naan (flatbread) for breakfast.

“After this breakfast, I will have a lot more energy and I will now go to the gym,” Wasim added.

Wasim is considered the greatest fast bowler produced by Pakistan. He represented Pakistan in 460 matches, taking 916 wickets.

The left-armer played a key role in Pakistan’s triumphant 1992 World Cup campaign and was the Player of the Match in the final.

He is Pakistan’s highest wicket-taker in both Test and ODI cricket and brought the curtain down on his international career in 2003 after 18 years. He features regularly as a commentator in ICC events and bilateral series all over the world.

The former Pakistan captain has 414 wickets in Test cricket and 502 in ODIs.