Pakistani cricketer Sharjeel Khan gets a big news from PCB
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan cricketer Sharjeel Khan gets a big news from PCB as he is likely to need named in PSL pool.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has allowed batsman Sharjeel Khan to play club cricket in what could be a massive step towards his eventual induction into the national fold.
Sharjeel, according to sources close to the matter, passed on his second attempt the PCB Anti-Corruption and Security Unit’s written test.
He will now have to give lectures in Bahawalpur, Sheikhupura, and Karachi, where he will reportedly have to express his regret and explain to junior players how corruption can hurt them. He will also have to visit an orphanage as part of his rehabilitation.
Once that is out of the way, Sharjeel’s name could be added to the pool of Pakistan Super League (PSL) players.