Chairman of the National Junior Selection Committee and Peshawar Zalmi’s batting consultant wicketkeeper-batter Kamran Akmal has announced his retirement from regular Test cricket.
Talking to the media at the National Stadium Karachi after the franchise’s first practice session for the 8th edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), he said that everyone has to retire one day, not cricket anymore due to new responsibilities. Will be able to play, will play a bit of cricket whenever I get a chance, being a selector and coaching is a new role.
Kamran Akmal said that I still had enough cricket left, to get into the national team, I have to play domestic cricket and show performance. Will try to play cricket.
He said that the national captain Babar Azam is constantly going through the process of learning, no individual is free from flaws, Babar Azam knows his flaws, the national captain is trying to remove his flaws, Babar Azam World He is a class player, welcome to Peshawar Zalmi.
Kamran Akmal said that there is no fault in Babar Azam’s batting, he is gradually getting better and better, working on the areas where he has problems while playing googly and spin bowling, but Rashid in every team. Not spinners like Khan, Babar Azam has also told in this regard, he has also talked about removing the flaws in captaincy.
Kamran Akmal said with reference to his cousin Babar Azam that Babar is my brother, I don’t need to praise him, I never praised my brothers Umar Akmal and Adnan Akmal, I want the world to praise my brothers. Do it.
Kamran Akmal said that the match between Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings in Karachi on February 14 will be interesting. The match between Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi is always a tough one, due to the presence of the head coach Darren Sammy from West Indies. Azam will get a chance to learn, Darren Sammy and Babar will decide the opener along with Babar.