Pakistan’s former captain Shahid Khan Afridi wished to play his last Pakistan Super League (PSL)’s edition from team Kashmir.
While addressing people on his visit to Azad Kashmir, Afridi requested Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to include a team from Kashmir in next year’s Twenty20 league.
“Following immense support for me and cricket here, I want PCB to include a team from Kashmir in next year’s PSL,” Afridi said.
“I would like to play my last PSL season from the Kashmir team. In fact, I wish to lead that side and I am sure you are going to support me,” former all-rounder added.
It must be noted here that Afridi has so far represented Peshawar Zalmi, Karachi Kings, and Multan Sultans respectively in the last five seasons of the PSL. He represented table-toppers Sultans in fifth edition of the league which ended halfway as a safety precaution to prevailing COVID-19.
Currently, he is working towards helping COVID-19 affectees across the country. Under the banner of the ‘Shahid Afridi Foundation’, the cricketer-turned-philanthropist is making sure to help his countrymen in this difficult time.