The Pakistan Cricket Team’s all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez from Pakistan’s Super League (PSL) separated from Peshawar Zalmai.
Test cricketers have decided to go to PSL draft for the fourth edition of the League.
In a message on the social networking website, Mohammad Hafeez said, ‘With three years of staying with Peshawar Zalmai, I can not forget the love that can be found here
Hafeez said, “I thank the chairman Zalmai who has made a lot of support, but now I want to go back to the next edition for the next edition.”
“I thank all the fans of Peshawar Zalmai.
It is believed that Mohammad Hafeez has been part of Peshawar Zalmai in the three editions of Pakistan Super League. PESHAWAR Zalmai had named PSL title in his second edition, while in the third edition, he was defeated by Islamabad in the final.
The idea is that drafting of players for Pakistan Super League will be held in Islamabad on November 20. There are also three-year agreements with Franchisees of various players involved in the PSL, which are likely to be largely altered in the fourth edition.
The fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League will start this year from Pakistan instead of the United Arab Emirates. After three years the opening ceremony will be held in Pakistan, but due to security issues, all the matches have not been agreed on the proposal to be done in Pakistan.
According to sources, matches will be held in Karachi, Lahore and Pandy, according to Multan Stadium International standards but due to being a low-star hotel, it is proposed not to match the PSL match in Multan this time.
The meeting recommended franchisees to do the entire tournament in Pakistan, but the PCB said that it is not possible due to security. In the next edition of the tournament, every team can maintain 12 out of 21 players. Each team will consist of 20 players instead of 21