Kamran Akmal withdraws decision to withdraw from Pakistan Super League

Test cricketer withdraws his decision after meeting Peshawar Zalmi’s coach and director of cricket Muhammad Akram, will represent Peshawar Zalmi in the seventh edition

ISLAMABAD: Kamran Akmal has withdrawn his decision to withdraw from Pakistan Super League. The Test cricketer withdrew his decision after meeting Peshawar Zalmi’s coach and director of cricket Muhammad Akram, who will represent Peshawar Zalmi in the seventh edition. According to details, Test cricketer Kamran Akmal has withdrawn his decision to withdraw from Pakistan Super League.
According to media reports, Kamran Akmal has withdrawn his decision after meeting Peshawar Zalmi’s coach and cricket director Muhammad Akram. It is learned that Kamran Akmal will represent Peshawar Zalmi in the seventh edition of PSL. According to reports, Peshawar Zalmi’s coach Mohammad Akram appreciated the role of Kamran Akmal in the team and said that he has always been a good player of the team and will represent the team in the seventh edition of the event while Kamran Akmal also visited Peshawar. Zalmai has been declared his family.
It should be noted that Kamran Akmal had resigned from the league two days ago as a protest against being selected in the silver category for the 7th edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL). For PSL 7, Peshawar Zalmi selected Kamran Akmal in the silver category, after which the 39-year-old Test cricketer announced his resignation from the PSL in protest. Kamran Akmal said in a statement on social media that maybe I am no longer needed in the team, it is better for the franchise to give a chance to the youth than to cook in the silver category.
“I was surprised when my category came from Platinum to Gold. I deserved the Gold category based on my performance in PSL but I was selected in Silver,” he said. “I don’t think so.” I should play the seventh edition of PSL.

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