‘I Rest my case to Allah’ Akmal on PCB’s ignorance


Lahore: Veteran wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal requested Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Director – Domestic Cricket, Nadeem Khan to look at his case. 

Taking to Twitter, Akmal expressed disappointment after being ignored completely by the cricket board in domestic cricket.

“Shocked & disappointed. As a senior & season player, I have not been treated well. I request PCB, Nadeem to look into the matter. Cricket is my passion and I want to play it. But, I rest my case to My Allah,” he wrote. 

Akmal has been left out of Pakistan Cup, starting from tomorrow in Karachi. The 38-years-old cricketer had represented Pakistan in 53 Tests, 157 ODIs, and 58 T20Is. He represents Peshawar Zalmi in Pakistan Super League (PSL), Pakistan’s premium domestic tournament.

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