Reigning champs Multan Sultans and Lahore Qalandars will clash on Sunday for the PSL prize.Final Match participation
Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan Saturday explained.Final Match participation
That he will not be accessible to play for his side Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League last.
The star cricketer took to Twitter to explain what is happening after media reports guarantee that he is probably going to take part in Sunday’s match.
“It would’ve been extraordinary to be essential for Lahore Qalandars and play close by chaps in the PSL last.
will not have the option to make it for the finals.
Because of National Duty which is dependably a main goal,” he tweeted.
On February 20, the Qalandars’ right-arm spinner had left the PSL establishment to enlist in his public crew for the ODI and T20I series against Bangladesh.
He had gotten a befitting goodbye from his partners and a major warm embrace from Qalandars captain Shaheen Shah Afridi.
One of the clasps showed the Qalandars allowing the 23-year-old bowler approval for his breathtaking bowling all through the season in a praiseworthy watchman style while he runs in the midst of their lines, holding hands with every single one of them.
Khan has been thrilling for the Shaheen Shah Afridi-drove Qalandars in the PSL 2022, taking 13 wickets in nine matches.
In the interim, Fawad Ahmed.