Left-handed explosive opening batsman Sharjeel Khan is highly looking forward to fulfilling the expectations fans have with him in the upcoming fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Khan while talking to the media in Karachi on their arrival for the league said that he forgot what happened in the past and determined to make his present pleasing. “I think everyone has a past, so do I. My all focus now is on PSL and I highly look forward to contributing worthy for my team Karachi Kings,” he said.
Starting from where he left, Khan is ready to amuse cricket fans with the same power he had last time when he played. “I am prepared well and know how to deliver on a big stage. I will play my game as I used to play earlier and win matches for my team,” Khan maintained.
It must be noted here that the 30-year-old cricketer will make a comeback at the big stage after almost 2.5 years. He served ban due to his involvement in spot-fixing during the second edition of the PSL.