Usman Khawaja Said PSL Has Finally Fulfilled My Life-Long Dream

Australian batsman of the middle class, Usman Khawaja, made his debut with the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in the context of the PSL replacement draught picked up by Islamabad United, held on Tuesday via a virtual meeting.

It is a hope that, for the first time in his career, Khawaja, who was born in Islamabad, will return to his homeland to play cricket. The chic batsman from the middle order shared his former love for cricket in his home country and returns to play for an underwater franchise representing his birthplace.

In the Islamabad United team, Khawaja will be joining his Australian colleague, Fawad Ahmed, while other Australian players such as Joe Burns, James Faulkner, and Callum Ferguson will be also in the PSL, selected from the substitution bill by Lahore Qalandars. Ben Dunk and Ben Cutting, Australian players, have been the cornerstone of PSL for many years.

Khawaja discussed his PSL wish last month and said:

"I have played in India, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka, but I have never played in Pakistan, where I was born, and I would love to go home to where everything has started, my family."

Players only like the Indian premier league because it provides players more income. Khawaja thinks PSL is a great tournament.

"This was the reason why some red flags were flying to the Subcontinent at times, because everybody is priced, and they were still pushing the barriers.

In the platinum category, Khawaja is selected and replaces Alex Hales, the English opener, in the team. As the new players to join the franchise, Janneman Malan is joined by the Kiwi Opener, Colin Munro, and the South African Opener.

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