Kamran Akmal, despite being a prolific performer of Pakistan’s domestic circuit, never justified his talent at the International level. Amid all the dropped chances and mediocre batting outings, he did produce his moments of magic but those weren’t enough to cover his wrongdoings.
However, when it comes to playing the high quality Pakistan Super League (PSL), the aggressive batsman becomes a really hard nut to crack. Playing for Peshawar Zalmi in all the four editions of Pakistan’s darling T20 league, the Lahore born remains one of the most cherished players of the tournament’s history.
Because of the budget constraints and tournament rules, we have witnessed many major retentions and transfers in PSL. However, the 37-year old recently cleared that he won’t quit playing for Peshawar if management doesn’t plan otherwise. Interacting with his admirers on Twitter, the highest run-getter of the biggest T20 gala of Pakistan turned down the request of a fan who wanted Kamran to join Lahore Qalandars. Nevertheless, it all depends upon the new developments as the transfer window and auction for PSL-5 might spring few surprises.