Peshawar Zalmi becomes first team in PSL to play a match with only local players


Karachi: Peshawar Zalmi becomes the first-ever team in Pakistan Super League (PSL) to play a match with all the local players. 

As all foreign players decided to withdraw from the event, Zalmi has decided to play with locals against Multan Sultans in an important contest. The men in yellow have included Umar Amin, Hammad Azam, and Imam-ul-Haq.

Their head coach-cum-player is reserved player along with Amir Ali and Yasir Shah.

It must be noted here that Zalmi currently has nine points in as many matches. They need to win their last round match to qualify for playoffs. Remember, PSL’s remaining matches in Karachi will take place behind close doors which means no crowd will be allowed in the stadium.