Pakistan Got New Talent in PSL 2020

Pakistan has become successful in attracting international cricket to home through PSL

New plaers introduced in PSL 2020

PSL 2020 is on full boom now. Once deprived of international cricket, a prominent Cricketing power Pakistan is going to have its League today. Pakistan names its cricket league as a Pakistan Super League (PSL). It is one of many leagues in the world of cricket, including the Indian Premier League in India, Bangladesh Premier League in Bangladesh, and Big Bash in Australia.

Experts alarmed Pakistan that is not producing quality bowlers and batsmen recently. Pakistani circles blamed this situation to the absence of international cricket in Pakistan. In this context, Pakistan Super League has emerged as a blessing for the country that has produced quality cricketers in recent years. Some prominent discoveries through PSL include Shaheen Afridi, Fakhar Zaman, and Shadab Khan.

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I have read about emerging players going to play in PSL, and I have chosen some names expected to become a member of the international team in the future. Thus, it would become a good case of how a country can enhance and support its sports through franchise leagues.

Prospective Stars of PSL 2020

Akif Javed from Islamabad United

Islamabad United is one of the teams taking part in PSL 2020. It represents the capital territory of Pakistan. Akif Javed from the team can become a member of the Pakistan international cricket team. He is a left-arm fast bowler. He is just 19 years old and comes from the KPK province of Pakistan. He was a member of the Pakistan Emerging Team that took part in the ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup held in Bangladesh in November 2019. Islamabad United has already produced an international bowler Shadab Khan, who is now the captain of the team.

Arshad Iqbal – Karachi kings

Another possible entrant to Pakistan’s international cricket team is Arshad Iqbal. He is right arm fast bowler and is about 19 years of age. He also comes from KPK province. He was part of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018. He has a good opportunity through PSL to get attention to his performance.

Dilber Husain- Lahore Qalandars

Twenty-Six years old fast bowler from Faisalabad city of Punjab has been a member of the Qalanders development squad that visited Australia. He was a member of the Melbourne Stars team, taking part in the Big Bash League of Australia. In a match against Brisbane Hear, he dismissed known international batsman from South Africa AB de Villiers. Now being a part of the Lahore team in PSL, he can prove his potential.

Zeeshan Ashraf – Multan Sultan

Pakistan lacks batting because he does not have plenty of options on the batting side. Zeeshan Ashraf is one of the batsmen who may become part of the international side of Pakistan. His potential got him the Diamond category for Multan’s team. He is 27 years old opening batsman who joined the team using the Wild Card. In a T20 tournament at the national level, he scored 395 in seven innings with a 65.83 average and 174.77 strike rates. He is so aggressive that Pakistani batting side needs him as he hit 23 sixes and 34 fours in the tournament. He bats with the left hand.

Haider Ali – Peshawar Zalmi

Another batting star is Haider Ali, who has brilliant batting talent. Prominent commentator Ian Bishop predicted him to be next Babar Azam in Pakistan. It is worth to note that Babaz Azam is the captain of the Pakistan International Cricket Team, and he has an excellent batting record. Haider Ali has to prove his match with Babar Azam. He belongs to the Rawalpindi District of Punjab province.

Aarish Ali Khan – Quetta Gladiators

The left-arm spinner, Aarish Ali Khan, belongs to Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi, and represents Quetta in PSL 2020. He is only 19 years old and has much cricket in the future. He was a member of the U19 squad for recently held the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup held in South Africa. Pakistan got the third position in the world cup. He has been one of the leading wicket-takers in national tournaments, and the Quetta team may get his benefit a lot.

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