PSL 8: Wasim Akram breaks silence on Babar’s exit from Karachi Kings

Wasim Akram, the president of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise Karachi Kings, has spoken out about Pakistan skipper Babar Azam’s departure from Karachi Kings. Former pacer Akram said on the sidelines of the PSL season eight draughts on Thursday that it is quite normal in franchise cricket around the world. Babar has taken over as captain of Peshawar Zalmi in place of Wahab Riaz.

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PSL 8, Babar’s exit from Karachi Kings

I believe this occurs in franchise cricket. We’ve seen this happen elsewhere, where their main player leaves and someone else steps in.) As long as Babar is in PSL, it’ll be entertaining. “There will be good games, competitive games,” Wasim predicted.

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According to reports, Babar no longer wanted to play for the Kings. Last year, the Kings also had a disastrous season, winning only one game out of ten. The 28-year-old is traded to Zalmi in the Platinum Category for Kings.

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