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Kamran Akmal pleased with competitive cricket returning to Pakistan
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Kamran Akmal pleased with competitive cricket returning to Pakistan

After remaining a no-go area for a very long time, Pakistan is finally witnessing a sporadic return of competitive cricket to the country. With this, the renowned players of the cricketing world are visiting Pakistan to swell the charm of the abandoned stadiums. It is important to note that the highly admired Pakistan Super League (PSL) played a major role in this regard.

Recently, Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batsman Kamran Akmal shared his two cents on the subject as he was pleased to see the country hosting high profile games. The 38-year old said that PSL has been a game changer for Pakistan as it allowed to change the perspective of many foreign cricketers who got convinced to visit and play in Pakistan.

Kamran particularly talked about the second season of Pakistan’s darling T20 tournament when Quetta suffered because of unavailability of their foreign players, but Peshawar managed to bring all the International recruitments to Pakistan. Therefore, he credited his franchise Peshawar Zalmi for playing a pivotal role in restoring the confidence of overseas stars about the security conditions of the country.