Pakistan Super League is an excellent opportunity to players get fame and recognition overnight as well as a unique opportunity to make a place in Pakistani’s national team. Shaheen Shah, Shadab Khan and Sharjeel Khan also did it, and this year a new bunch will be trying to do the same.
Here are the five nobodies who have the best shot at emerging from the PSL.
Akhtar is the captain of the Lahore Qalandars. He has plenty of opportunities to impress to PCB. He is a robust and hard-hitting batter up top — the kind that Pakistan’s national team needs. His little efforts make his career twilight.
More evidence of an impending explosion is in Iftikhar’s stats for Pakistan. Over eight T20Is→ average 55.33 →strike rate 141.88
Expect him to emerge as one of the better finishers.
Khushdil Shah includes in Multan Sultan, will become opportunist if he will become Sultans’ highest scorer.
Mohammad Sami has vanished from the scene, means that Muhammad Musa Khan may have a substantial role to play for the Islamabad United in PSL 2020.
This 20-year-old left-arm spinner was one of the few bright sparks for the Karachi Kings in PSL 2019. He took ten wickets in eight matches.
Umer, however, wasn’t able to capitalize on his PSL 2019 success. He now needs another impressive PSL campaign to emerge as an option.