While Pakistanis around the globe are celebrating the 77th Pakistan day, foreign players of the PSL (Pakistan Super League) are also not behind.
International players of Islamabad United also expressed their sentiments on this important day.
Here is what they have to say.
— Islamabad United (@IsbUnited) 23 March 2017
Playing with Pakistani players also made them familiar with the Urdu language a bit, as they have become capable of singing to the tunes of famous Pakistani national song, Dil Dil Pakistan for celebrating Pakistan day.
We remember how Australian all-rounder Shane Watson uttered the words Kitna Rola Pay Ga, in an ad -song of Islamabad United, his expressions combined with essence this phrase provided social media audience with just another meme supply.
The players are also not behind in playing their parts to contribute towards the project of social welfare too. We witnessed Shane Watson auctioning his ISLU shirt to fundraise for a hospital in Kamonke.
West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy who played for Peshawar Zalmi had emerged as the real entertainer of PSL 2017, but Shane Watson was the one who debuted by congratulating Momina Mustehsan for becoming marketing ambassador of his team. Watson even sang Afreen Afreen, a rendition of Nusrat Fateh Alo Khan’s superhit song in Coke Studio.