Khurram Manzoor, the top-order batsman of Pakistan, has been one of the finest batting talents produced by the country. While he scored heaps of runs in the domestic circuit, the right-hander never blossomed the way he was meant to in the international circuit. This is evident from him averaging 28.17 in Tests, 33.71 in ODIs and 3.66 in T20Is.
Nevertheless, he is yearning to get back to donning the national colors using the forthcoming edition of the highly admired Pakistan Super League (PSL). The 33-year old believes that he still has some cricket left in him and he wants it to use to aid the boys in green win many contests.
Sharing his views on the hopes of getting back in the Pakistani team, he said that scoring heavily in the domestic cricket has boosted his confidence – an element he wants to use to go big in PSL 2020 for Quetta Gladiators.
Moreover, he added that playing with a lot of Quetta’s players in past would also aid him in gelling well with them to make the franchise win the next season of the 20-over competition. It is important to note that with Ahsan Ali, Shane Watson, Jason Roy and Ahmed Shehzad in Gladiators unit, it seems hard for Khurram to get his chance.