Aggressive Australian cricketer Shane Watson comes across as one of the finest all-rounders produced by Australia. After an impressive International career, the stalwart appeared in various T20 leagues across the globe and proved his mettle.
However, the 37-year old announced his retirement from Australia’s premier T20 competition which goes by the name of Big Bash League (BBL). Moreover, he is expected to do the same in few other tournaments. This news went on to breed speculations about his Pakistan Super League (PSL) career also getting over where Watson plays for Quetta Gladiators.
Nevertheless, the management of Quetta dismissed the conjecture as they revealed the news of the astute player being available for the fifth edition of Pakistan’s T20 extravaganza. Being the man of the tournament in the last season of the PSL, the Queensland born amassed 430 runs at 43 with a daunting strike-rate of 143.81. Watson would once again hold key for Quetta in PSL-5 as the franchise aims to yield maximum utility from the sagacious cricketer.