Pakistan’s left-handed batsman Sharjeel Khan is eager to put the miseries of past aside and resurge himself during the upcoming season of Pakistan Super League. Sharjeel was banned from the International cricket after he was found guilty of spot-fixing charges during the PSL season 2017.
The anti-corruption unit of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) later suspended half of his ban which made him eligible to play in this year’s HBL PSL. The left-handed batsman said that he is focused on future and working well on his fitness.
“Whatever happened in the past is now a closed chapter, and I am focused on the future with positive thoughts. My career was interrupted during PSL and is resuming through PSL. I’m focused on doing my best in PSL and want to contribute towards the success of my team.” Sharjeel said.
Talking about making a comeback for Pakistan, the 30-year-old said: “I’m working on my fitness. I want to give a performance that can help me make a comeback in the national side once again.” Sharjeel will represent Karachi Kings in this year’s HBL PSL and he is expected to open the innings with the number 1 T20I batsman Babar Azam.