Three international players who left PSL 6 halfway

Written by The Frontier Post

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KARACHI: Despite being quite enthusiastic about being a part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL)’s sixth edition, three international players had to leave the tournament halfway due to other commitments.
The three players include South African batter David Miller and West Indian cricketers Fabian Allen and Fidel Edwards. The players had to bid farewell to PSL 6 before its completion.
All three players left because of their national duties as they will be representing their countries in the Twenty20 tournament.
Speaking about his experience, David Miller said: “It was really enjoyable to play a knock like that. I was going to play three games for the team and it was nice to contribute.” “I was able to hit a few sixes and fours. After the start I had I wanted to make amends and get it right. Kamran batted beautifully. When he was not going I was going and vice versa. It was a very nice partnership,” Miller said.
He further said that the management of Peshawar Zalmi has maintained a family-like atmosphere for players. “I am leaving the tournament with good memories,” he said.

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