Wahab targets PSL 7 for his international come-back


Expressing his passion for cricket, Pakistan’s dis-carded left-arm pacer Wahab Riaz termed the up-coming seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) an opportunity to perform and make a comeback to the national squad.

Addressing a virtual news conference, Riaz said, “When you play cricket, your target is always Paki-stan.

” He targets the forthcoming PSL 7 for his comeback to the national elite squad which he says he is very passionate about, The News reported.

“I have performed.Even last season I was the second highest wicket-taker in the PSL.

Sometimes you get the chance and sometimes you don’t get the chance.I have great passion for playing for Pakistan and that is why I am playing cricket,” Wahab said.

“This is another opportunity for me to perform and make a comeback.I feel that I can play for Pakistan for another two or three years.I will try my level best,” said the pacer, who is also captaining Peshawar Zalmi, one of the most successful fran-chises.

Asked whether he is in a position to perform better than Haris Rauf, Shaheen Afridi and Hasnain in the PSL right now, he said: “Hasnain, Shaheen and Haris are very good bowlers —APP


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