England’s One day and T-Twenty20 captain O Morgan will not go to Pakistan for the match of Pakistan Superlig, but they are very satisfied with the efforts made by the international cricket team in Pakistan.
Oran Morgan has reached Sharjah to represent Karachi Kings in Pakistan Super League.
Morgan says it has been particularly busy for them and they are on frequent tours from December, so they will not be available for the matches being played in Pakistan’s Pakistan Super League.
Oun Morgan says that steps are being taken for the return of international cricket in Pakistan. The PSL final was held in Lahore last year, and the players who went to Lahore were happy.
Morgan says that this season has made more progress and international matches have been played in the form of World XI and Sri Lankan team, while some PSL matches have been kept in Pakistan, so it can be expected to come In the years, there will be more progress as the West Indies team is going to visit Pakistan playing T-Tenth series.
It is believed that Oun Morgan is not the first player to have forgiven Pakistan. England’s Kevin Pieterson has announced not to leave Pakistan before it.
The Australian all-rounder, Shane Watson, has decided to consult his family with the final decision about going to Pakistan