PSL 2023: Stormy pacer ready to return, will create chaos in the field, eye on Babar-Rizwan’s wicket


Pakistan Super League will start from February 13
The final match will be played on March 19

New Delhi. Pakistan’s fast bowler Shaheen Afridi will soon be seen in action. He will return to the field through the Pakistan Super League (PSL) starting on 13 February. Shaheen could not play in Asia Cup 2022 due to injury. He joined the Pakistan team in the T20 World Cup, but was injured once again in the final against England. Shaheen himself has now given information about his rehabilitation.

Shaheen will lead Lahore Qalandars in PSL. Last time the team won the title under his captaincy. Shaheen said, I sometimes felt in training that now it should be stopped. I was working on the same muscle and it was not getting better. Many times I felt in the gym that enough is enough, but when I watch my bowling videos, I feel that the performance is improving and it should not be stopped.

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Shaheen said on the YouTube channel of PSL, it is very difficult when a fast bowler is playing and this kind of injury happens. It was not expected that I would get such an injury in the final of the World Cup. Shaheen said, then I thought that I will return to the field only after recovering completely. Now I am completely in rhythm.

Babar and Rizwan will captain

Apart from Lahore Qalandars in PSL, teams of Multan Sultans, Quetta Gladiators, Islamabad United, Karachi Kings and Peshawar Zalmi will participate. Babar Azam will captain Peshawar Zalmi, while wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan will captain Multan Sultans. Imad Wasim will be the captain of Karachi Kings and Shadab Khan of Islamabad United. At the same time, Sarfaraz Ahmed, who returned to the Pakistan team after a long time, will lead the Quetta Gladiators. A total of 34 matches will be played in the eighth season of the league which started in 2016.

Tags: Babar Azam, Muhammad Rizwan, P.S.L., Shaheen Afridi

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