England cricketer Chris Jordan in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) described working with his childhood hero Wasim Akram in Karachi Kings as a dream come true.
Talking to media in Karachi, the 31-year-old bowler said it would be a big deal for him if he could learn something from Wasim Akram.
Jordan said that working with Wasim Akram is a great honour, he used to watch him play on TV from childhood and then saw him analyze it on TV.
Chris Jordan says that certainly a young bowler can only dream of working with Wasim Akram, and for him now is the moment when he works with a top-level player like Wasim Akram.
He said that if he was able to improve his game by learning one skill from Wasim Akram, it would be a huge success for him.
He also praised PSL Sports and said that Pakistan’s cricket fans are conscious and understand the flow of the game and know how the game is going.