Shakib will not play in the remaining PSL to participate in Dhaka Premier League

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

Bangladesh star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will not play in the remaining part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) to participate in Dhaka Premier League (DPL) 2021 starting May 31.

Apart from him, Mahmudullah and Liton Das will also not participate in the remaining PSL, which is to resume in early June. Three Bangladeshi players were selected for repeated drafts on behalf of various PSL franchises.
While Shakib was chosen by Lahore Qalandars, Mahmudullah was chosen by Multan Sultans and Liton Das by the Karachi Kings. Mohammedan Sporting Club (MO), a leading franchisee of the DPL, is understood to have come to the Bangladesh Cricket Board headquarters on Tuesday and handed over a letter to the Dhaka Metropolitan Cricket Committee, stating that veteran all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan was on their behalf in the DPL Experienced. Want to participate

Dhaka Premier League to resume from May 31 this year
Shakib will not play in the remaining PSL for Dhaka Premier League

“We have handed over a letter from Shakib to the Dhaka Metropolitan Cricket Committee, in which Shakib has stated that he is willing to participate in the tournament for us,” Mohammedan Sporting Club High Commissioner Tarikul Islam Tito said in a statement. He will not play in the PSL.

Instead, he has opted to be part of our team in the DPL. He is an independent player, as he was not part of the 2019-20 DPL due to the ban and now that he is eligible to participate, we have expressed a desire to have him in our team, although the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Has not given us NOC for them, we hope to get permission soon. “
Mahmudullah and Liton also seem unlikely to play in the PSL, as they were playing for their respective clubs before the DPL was advertised. According to BCB sources, they are unlikely to be released at any cost by their respective clubs. It may be noted that the DPL was advertised due to a corona epidemic after a round of competition by 19 March last year.

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