After a 24hr delay in their arrival to Abu Dhabi, the PSL (Pakistan Super League) players are finally looking forward to the matches. With many replacements and addition of new players, teams will now be battling with new faces. Similarly, Mohammad Haris, an emerging new wicket keeper, relates his selection as nothing less than a dream come true. The former Pakistan’s U19 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2020 player, originally belongs to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. But in PSL he will be playing for Karachi Kings.
Claiming to be a natural game player and assuring of his fitness, Haris is quite keen and eager to get out on the field and play brilliantly.
The PSL 6’s remainder are most likely scheduled to be played from the first week of June in Abu Dhabi. However the schedule might be revised as PCB is waiting for the visas of the Indian and the South African members.
Being lead by Imad Wasim, Karachi Kings are the defending champions for PSL season six. Currently the champions are leading with 5 points and an NRR 0.697. Where as Peshawar Zalmi are following with the same 5 points and a NRR of 0.273. Karachi King had bagged 3 wins and 2 losses in the first half of the league.