KARACHI: Pakistan’s veteran all-rounder, Abdul Razzaq is all set to return to First Class cricket as he has been drafted by PTV and he will be captaining the side in Pakistan’s domestic season.
Abdul Razzaq played his last First Class game in 2014 for ZTBL and was unable to continue his First Class cricket because his team was relegated to Grade II.
The 38-year old all-rounder, who is tailor-made for T20 cricket, will be eyeing a spot in the Pakistan Super League with his impressive performances at the First Class level.
“I feel completely fit at the moment and my form has good recently,” he said while talking to Daily Express.
“I hope my performances in the domestic season gets me selected for the PSL next year,” he added.
Razzaq told that he has already communicated to selectors that if he performs well then he will be drafted in the PSL 4.
“I already told the selectors my plans for the future at the time. We all are agreed that if my form and performances in the domestic season are up to the mark, then I would most certainly be drafted in the next PSL,” he said.
The man, who has played 46 Tests, 265 ODIs and 32 T20Is for Pakistan, clarified that he has no intention to make a comeback in international cricket.
“There are so many youngsters who are in the Pakistan side and they truly deserve their spot. I have no intentions of returning to the international team and would like to leave my mark in the domestic season,” he went on to say.