Hafeez quits Peshawar Zalmi, makes himself available for PSL draft
ISLAMABAD: Veteran Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez said that he was leaving Peshawar Zalmi after playing for the franchise for three seasons in a row.
The batsman, who is in UAE where Pakistan is playing New Zealand in a one-day series, took to Twitter on Thursday to announce his departure from the popular PSL franchise.
Hafeez also thanked Zalmi’s fans for their unconditional love and support.
“Thanks @PeshawarZalmi & @JAfridi10 for such a great journey of 3yrs full of fond memories. Had fabulous time with U all. Now I decided to go to Draft of @thePSLt20 , Thanks to all fans of @PeshawarZalmi for their unconditional love & support. wishing u all the best for future,” Hafeez tweeted.
The fourth edition of PSL will commence from February 14th, 2019 in the UAE. The league will move to Pakistan for the last eight matches, with the final set to be held in Karachi on March 17th.