According to details, the legend Imran Khan has agreed to join Peshawar Zalmi as mentor and ambassador in PSL, THe decision will soon be announced by owner of the franchise, Malik Javed Afridi.
Few days earlier The Peshawar establishment of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) – Peshawar Zalmi not only devoted to the youngsters and educators of the Army Public School (APS), who lost their lives in a fierce assault by the Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) last December, along with HBLPSL Peshawar team owner, Javed Afridi, has announced to take the #APSMartyrs families to UAE for the upcoming PSL series.
Khan was, arguably, Pakistan’s finest cricketer. A fierce competitor, his 21-year career was defined by moments where he led a talented but volatile bunch of cricketers to improbable wins.
Relegated to the sidelines after making his debut in 1971, Khan remodelled himself as a genuine fast bowler and came back to erase all doubts about his ability as an international cricketer. He would go onto become one of the greatest all-rounders in the game.
The pinnacle of his career was undoubtedly the 1992 World Cup win, where he battled through injuries to spur a young side to triumph.
Team PMR wished PSL Peshwer Zalmi all the very best!