Lahore: The big names in the world of cricket have once again joined the Pakistan Super League. The league was drafted in Lahore. All six franchises selected squads. Rashid Khan and Chris Gayle also became part of the league.
According to the details, it has been decided which star will brighten the fate of which team. The franchise has finalized the squads for the sixth edition of Pakistan Super League.
Super players have been selected for the Super Cricket Festival. While one player remained in his first team, many parted ways. T20 world number one bowler Rashid Khan will be appearing in the league for the first time. Afghan snipers have become part of Lahore Qalandar.
Shaheen Afridi and Mohammad Hafeez are also associated with the team in the sixth edition. Defending champions Karachi Kings have relied on Colin Ingram’s big hitting. Babar Azam and Mohammad Aamir are with Karachi this time as well. Peshawar Zalmi picked South African batsman David Miller in the platinum category. Shoaib Malik’s batting and Wahab Riaz’s bowling experience will come in handy again.
Chris Gayle is back in the league. Quetta Gladiators will hit fours and sixes. Aggressive English opener Tom Batten has also been part of the team.
Hassan Ali said goodbye to Peshawar Zalmai and joined Islamabad United. Alex Hales also fled to United this time. Chris Lane of Qalandar became Sultan. Multan Sultans select Australian batsman Shahid Afridi will also be part of Multan Sultans.
A total of 37 foreign players have joined the league in the drafting and will be in action from February 20.