In a noteworthy exchange before the formal drafts of Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) third version, Shahid Afridi’s turn from Peshawar Zalmi to Karachi Kings as a player was concluded on Tuesday.
Afridi, who helped his group to triumph in PSL’s second version, will now play for Karachi Kings. He had effectively joined Karachi Kings as its leader not long after the association’s second release finished not long ago.
As indicated by the arrangement concluded between the two establishments, Peshawar Zalmi will swap its picks in the gold and silver classifications with Karachi Kings. Lords have the third pick in both the classes while Zalmi have fifth since PSL draft decides are with the end goal that the group which came last gets the primary pick in all classifications and Zalmi had returned as the champs a year ago.
“Shahid is a world-class player and the whole Peshawar Zalmi family expresses gratitude toward him for his commitments to our group,” Javed Afridi, the proprietor of Peshawar Zalmi said. “He resembles a sibling and we wish him the absolute best of fortunes in this new voyage.”
Karachi Kings proprietor Salman Iqbal stated: “Shahid Afridi is the greatest name in Pakistan cricket and we are amazingly satisfied to have him on board.”
“Afridi brings an abundance of experience and a never amazing to our changing area,” he included.
Regardless of resigning from universal cricket, Afridi has performed shockingly well in the as of late held Natwest T20 Blast, additionally scoring a century off just 42 balls demonstrating despite everything he has the capability he is celebrated for.
The drafts for PSL’s third season are normal mid-October for all classifications aside from rising classification, with the rising class drafts expected in January.