Peshawar Zalmi captain Darren Sammy seems to be really taking it all in what Pakistan has to offer.
From dining out to visiting the tomb of Quaid-e-Azam and of course becoming an honorary citizen of Pakistan, Sammy has been doing it all.
After Zalmi’s match against Islamabad United was abandoned due to rain in the capital, the Windies batsman decided to take a cruise around the city alongside franchise owner Javed Afridi.
In a video shared on social media, the 36-year-old could also be heard singing ‘Dil Dil Pakistan’.
Sammy is one of the most famous foreign players playing the PSL.
During his visit to the country last year, Sammy paid a visit to the Quaid’s Mausoleum alongside the team owner.
Garbed in a traditional shalwar kameez, Sammy entered Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah’s last resting place holding a flag of Pakistan and paid a tribute to the nation’s founder.
An avid biryani fan, Sammy has often been seen expressing his love for the local food.
“I’ve been enjoying the culture from day one. I’m enjoying the experiences. I want to see the fans happy, that’s why I play cricket,” the West Indian cricketer had said, adding that he found shalwar kameez really nice to wear and liked biryani.