DUBAI: The successful entry of Shadab Khan, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Faheem Ashraf into the national cricket team through Pakistan Super League (PSL) has inspired Muhammad Musa − an emerging quick who will be representing Islamabad United in the coming edition – to adopt the same path in order to get similar results.
While talking to a local media outlet, Musa was all praises for the celebrated T20 league.
“This [PSL] is a great opportunity for me and I will try my level best to secure my seat in the national [cricket] team [following the event],” said Musa while disclosing his ambitious plan.
He also said that “he has already learnt a lot while being with the top PSL lot”.
The 18-year-old fast bowler said that his “aim is to send AB de Villiers and Babar Azam back to the pavilion in PSL 4”.