Dominic Cork changes his opinion about Pakistan, decides to comeback


Karachi: Former English fast bowler Dominic Cork has changed his opinion regarding Pakistan and will be part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) commentary panel for the fifth edition.

Cork, who is a renowned commentator in England will return to Pakistan after the 2009 attacks on the Sri Lankan cricket team.

At that time, he decided not to come to Pakistan in his life again “I won’t be coming back here while I’m still living. I don’t think international teams should come back to this country, whether it’s 10 or 20 years.” He said in 2009.

Cork, however, shared his excitement on Twitter and termed PSL as one of the strong T20 leagues with the best players taking part in it.

“A strong t20 league, that has some of the most talented and exciting homegrown players. Excellent overseas players too. I’m also looking forward to the big crowds. It should be a fantastic tournament,” he tweeted.

It must be noted that for this edition, a panel of 16 members was announced by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). For the first time in history, local fans can listen to the action in Urdu as well.

Former England player Mark Butcher along with South African HD Ackerman and Kass Naidoo are the new inclusions in the commentary panel.

Fakhar-e-Alam is the new addition in the presenters’ panel and will join Australian Erin Holland and Zainab Abbas for this edition. Danny Morrison, Jonty Rhodes, Michael Slater, and Alan Wilkins will return to PSL for this year as well.