Akmal who last played for Pakistan over three years prior – in 2017 – is PSL’s driving run-scorer; with 1537 runs from 55 innings and holds the record for the quickest 50 years. He also records most excusals in general (44) and in a solitary season (12).
Kamran Akmal, the wicketkeeper-batsman, has accused the Pakistan Cricket Board of keeping him out of retribution. Regardless of performing admirably in local cricket and the Pakistan Super League. Akmal, 38, has last played for Pakistan over three years back in PSL’s driving run-scorer with 1537 runs from 55 innings. And he holds the record for the quickest 50 years, most excusals generally (44) and in a solitary season (12).
Peshwar Zalmi’s Akmal has additionally scored the most extreme hundreds in the historical backdrop of PSL. In 2019, Akmal was the second-most elevated run-scorer with 357 runs. And during the 2018 season, shot 425 runs at a normal of 38.63 and strike-pace of more than 150. The ongoing season was somewhat of a frustration structure Akmal with 251 runs from nine innings; however, it incorporated a rankling thump of 101 off 55 balls against Quetta Gladiators.
Akmal associated with cricket since last five years
“I have been performing in domestic cricket and PSL during the last five years; but despite that I have not been given a chance to play for Pakistan. In the recent past, couple of coaches did not like me; which is why I remained on the sidelines,” Kamran said on the ‘Inside Out’ show on Cricket Pakistan.
“It’s unfair to keep me out of the Test and T20I side. Especially, because I can play solely as a batsman. If Matthew Wade can make a comeback with an average of 18-20, why not me who averages nearly 60.”
On his sibling Umar’s suspension, Kamran felt the wicketkeeper batsman could have been managed better by the skipper. And different individuals from the group the board. In April, Umar was prohibited from all types of cricket for a long time; subsequent to conceding to neglecting to report coordinate fixing draws near. And referring to the case of a previous Pakistan skipper, Kamran accepts things that could have turned out different for his sibling. In the case, Umar had been dealt with all the more productively.