- The QalandarsT10 group, possessed by PSL group Lahore Qalandars, has just declared Shahid Afridi as their symbol player
- Mohammad Aamir has been endorsed by Pune Devils
- Pakistan’s quick bowler Usman Shinwair has been picked by Northern Warriors
KARACHI: Around twelve Pakistani cricketers have been drafted by different establishments for the following month’s Abu Dhabi T10 league.
Players draft to pick the crew was hung on Wednesday where groups finished their developments for the occasion which is booked to commence in Abu Dhabi from 28th January.
Among picks from Pakistan, there’s one Zeeshan Zameer – a youngster from Karachi who is picked by Deccan Gladiators for the occasion.
18-year-old Zeeshan was the best quick bowler in as of late finished up National U19 one day competition where he picked 19 wickets in 10 games at a normal of 17 for Sindh U-19 group.
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Deccan has likewise marked Pakistan’s young showy wicket-guardian batsman Azam Khan.
Pakistan’s previous skipper Mohammad Hafeez was drafted by Maratha Arabians. The group previously had Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik as their symbol player.
The QalandarsT10 group, possessed by PSL group Lahore Qalandars, has picked Sharjeel Khan, Sohail Tanvir, Asif Ali, Hassan Ali, Maaz Khan, Sohail Akhtar and Khursheed Anwar.
Qalandars have just reported Shahid Afridi as their symbol player while it had just held Phil Salt, Samit Patel, Chris Jordan, Tom Banton and Sultan Ahmed for the season.
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Pakistan’s quick bowler Usman Shinwair has been picked by Northern Warriors. He will join Wahab Riaz in the crew. Aamer Yamin has been picked by Team Abu Dhabi.
Mohammad Aamir, who as of late reported his retirement from worldwide cricket, was at that point endorsed by Pune Devils for the season.