PSL will help in bringing back International cricket to Paksitan: Shahid Afridi

PSL will help in bringing back International cricket to Paksitan: Shahid Afridi

Afridi credited the PCB chairman, Sethi and other officials for organizing PSL in Pakistan.

Shahid Afridi
Shahid Afridi. (Photo by ASIF HASSAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Former Pakistan all-rounder, Shahid Afridi credited the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and its president Najam Sethi for successfully organizing the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final in the country. The PCB officials have been trying very hard to develop the required confidence for restoring International cricket in the country. It’s been eight years since the horrific militant attack against the Sri Lankan team.

With the PCB successfully hosting the finale of PSL 2016, the locals got to see at least a few foreign starts play in their backyard. Afridi always tried his level best to make things better for the Pakistani fans. He also reached out to the Indian cricketers during the World XI tour of Pakistan.

PSL will help PCB restore International cricket in Pakistan

Afridi credited the PCB chairman, Sethi and other officials for organizing PSL in Pakistan, he also said that this would help them revive international cricket in their nation. “The credit to organize PSL in Pakistan goes to Pakistan Cricket Board and it’s Chairman Najam Sethi who has made serious efforts to revive cricket in Pakistan,” he said addressing the media in a press conference.

The Pakistan cricketing legend participated in a charity match organized by his foundation to raise funds for various welfare projects. Speaking at the press meet he also thanked all the participants for taking part in the event. The charity T10 match featured many popular names of Pakistan cricket. While Afridi captained one side, the legendary Misbah-ul-Haq led the other side.

Afridi’s green XI win by 8 wickets over Misbah’s red XI

The fundraiser also included Shoaib Malik, Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Amir, and Fahad Mustafa. Afridi’s team triumphed over Misbah’s side by 8 wickets. The legendary all-rounder stated that he wanted to do his part in providing education, health and water facilities to every individual in the country.

The cricketer thanked Punjab CM Shahbaz Sharif for supporting him in almost every welfare project. Afridi stated that he is constructing a hospital in Karachi and Punjab CM extended his support and helped him complete the plan.