AB De Villiers to play PSL 2019 matches In Pakistan
AB de Villiers made the big decision, matches to play in Pakistan after 11 years
South Africa’s star player AB De Villiers, who said goodbye to international cricket last year, has confirmed that he is ready to play two matches of his team of Pakistan Super League (PSL 2019) for Lahore Qalandars this year at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
Last year, former South African legend batsman AB de Villiers, who recently retired from all forms of cricket, is playing Pakistan Super League (PSL) these days. Most of the league matches are being played in the UAE but all the matches of the playoff will be played in Pakistan. In this case, Ab De Villiers had entered into an agreement to play all the league matches of this league. But now De Villiers has decided to go to Pakistan to play the remaining matches of this tournament.
De Villiers Confirmed
AB De Villiers has confirmed that he is ready to play his team of PSL this year, Lahore Qalandars, at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. Kalanders had purchased De Villiers in the draft in November last year, but his contract was only for franchisee seven league matches, which was to be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Now Ab De Villiers has said that he will be available for the remaining two matches that are to be held in Lahore.
Will play in Lahore on March 10
The website ESPNcricinfo has written with the statement released by De Villiers. I am happy to inform that I will be available in the domestic matches of Lahore Kalandar on 9th and 10th March. I will play once again at Gaddafi Stadium and Lahore Kalandars I am completely committed to reaching the title.
Remember the support found here in 2007
Since the terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team in Pakistan in 2009, the series of international matches has stopped in Pakistan. In the past, although some teams have played cricket there no big team has yet to go to Pakistan. Ab De Villiers will be one of the big names to play in Pakistan in the past year. He said, “I am aware of the fact that cricket is the second religion in Pakistan and I still remember the support we got here in 2007. I think I can play a role in the return of international cricket in Pakistan.”