Dream comes true as PSL to be played completely in Pakistan: Mr Salman Iqbal


The owner of Karachi Kings Mr. Salman Iqbal is happy that the whole fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is scheduled to take place in Pakistan.

“Finally the dream comes true as the PSL is all set to be staged in Pakistan completely. I am sure this season is going to be bigger and better,” said Mr Salman while talking to the reporters ahead of the PSL 5 drafts.

Kings’ owner is confident to pick best possible players to make a potent squad for the upcoming edition of the PSL.

“We have planned strongly for picking players in the draft. I hope a strong KK squad will be developed for this season,” he said.

Mr. Salman revealed that Imad Wasim has been retained as their captain and Babar Azam will serve as his deputy in the mega event.

“Both Imad and Babar are young energetic players. I hope they both will keep balance in the team and achieve some worthy results,” he concluded.

On the other hand, newly-appointed head coach Dean Jones is looking forward to visiting different cities of Pakistan and plating competitive cricket throughout. “It is exciting that PSL will be played completely in Pakistan,” he said.

The president of KK and former Test cricketer Wasim Akram asked fans to support cricket as it is reviving completely in Pakistan. “It is good to see international cricket happening in Pakistan. Sri Lanka is coming for Test series and Bangladesh is likely to come next year in January and then the whole PSL,” he maintained.

Talking about the PSL draft and his team, Akram said that their priority will remain for the best possible options. “We have planned things accordingly. Let’s see what happens,” he concluded.