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PSL Is The Platform For Extra Ordinary Talent, Says Sarfaraz Ahmed

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PSL Is The Platform For Extra Ordinary Talent, Says Sarfaraz Ahmed
Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has asked the skilled players to show their talent and determination in the HBL Pakistan Super League, which is one the portals for verifying noticeable quality and breaking into worldwide cricket. 

The HBL PSL's one of the targets is to advance and prepare youthful players. From the previous three releases, Pakistan has uncovered players like Fakhar Zaman, Hasan Ali, Shadab Khan, Faheem Ashraf, Sohail Akhtar, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Salman Agha to give some examples. 

These players have officially played for Pakistan and some are thumping at the doors of international cricket. 

"Everyone is watching the HBL PSL so I hope these young players with exceptional talent will take this opportunity to showcase their talent and perform," said Sarfaraz after his team beat Peshawar Zalmi by six wickets in their opening match on Friday.

"The selection committee and management will surely consider if any exceptional talent is spotted during the HBL PSL who can be picked for the national team. So it’s up to these young players to work hard and hard and break into the national team."

"We always welcome a talented player in the Pakistan team."

Sarfaraz commended the arrival to-shape innings of Umar Akmal whose 50-ball 75 not out spiced with seven boundaries and three sixes aided Quetta to chases Peshawar's unassuming 156-run target. 

"Umar is a gifted player and he can generally do well for his team. In the event that he keeps on playing this way, I'm certain he will before long make a rebound," said Sarfraz. 

Umar has not played for Pakistan since the voyage through Australia in 2017. 

Pakistan's head mentor Mickey Arthur had likewise called upon the periphery players and the individuals who lost their places in the national team to do well in the HBL PSL as the selectors and group the board will before long be settling squads for the home ODI series against Australia, trailed by the visit to England for five-ODIs and the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

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