Despite being very young, England’s budding cricketer Phil Salt is recently witnessing a swelling in his demand. This came in response to his exploits in England’s domestic T20 tournament where he showed his class in the white-ball cricket. Possessing a plethora of strokes, Salt averages 26.47 in T20 cricket whilst maintaining a strike-rate of 154.23.
Pakistan Super League (PSL) is one of those tournaments Phil Salt really enjoyed and he expects to do the same in the forthcoming edition of the 20-over competition, which is set to be played at the home soil of Pakistan. For this reason, the 23-year old is exhilarated as he understands the passion of the Pakistani fans, which he learnt during his last year’s visit to the country.
Salt, who is currently representing Qalandars in the T10 League, turned out for Islamabad last season, but didn’t do well which is evident from him scoring only 94 runs in 6 games. However, he is confident to turn the tables this time around. The North Wales born is placed in the diamond category of the tournament. It remains to be seen if Islamabad retains his services or releases him to be inducted back in the roster.