Although having retired from Test cricket for almost two years now, former Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq is still going strong in the domestic circuit. He is all set to now play Quaid-e-Azam Grade Two competition for his native region Faisalabad before the start of the fourth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Standing tall at the ripe age of 44, Misbah’s batting is still rated highly and he is focused on using his vast experience to help Faisalabad qualify for the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
“The biggest motivation for me is to help Faisalabad regain their Grade One spot," Misbah said. "We were relegated last season and our aim is to qualify for first-class cricket again; this is what we can strive to do for our region,” Misbah spoke.
He will be joined by opening batsman Ahmed Shahzad, who is returning to the cricketing field following a ban for a positive dope test.