Karachi: Afghanistan’s all-rounder Mohammad Nabi feels honored to be part of defending champions Karachi Kings during this year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Former Afghanistan captain was of full praise for Pakistan’s biggest cricket extravaganza and stated that the PSL will grow every year
“I played for Quetta [Gladiators] in the inaugural event. There were some good performances and I enjoyed that event. This time it is my second stint and representing the defending champions is a great honour,” Nabi told pcb.com.pk.
“This is a champion team and I wish we could make them champions again. I am in Karachi after 12 years. I played for Pakistan Customs for two years in 2008 and 2009 so I have good memories of the city,” he added.
“The PSL is producing good players and the league is growing every year. When you produce good home talent the league goes up and I am sure that will definitely help,” he maintained.
Note, Nabi smashed 14-ball 30 with three sixes and two fours to help the Kings beat Quetta Gladiators by seven wickets in this PSL 6 opener.