Disappointed Kamran Akmal Says He Rests His Case to Allah


The veteran wicketkeeper, Kamran Akmal, expressed his disappointment after being excluded by Central Punjab for the Pakistan One Day Cup. Akmal was previously frustrated with the Central Punjab team management for keeping him out of the starting line-up for the majority of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

Akmal took to Twitter to vent his frustration, and tagged the official PCB account and Director High Performance, Nadeem Khan, and urged them to look into the matter.


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Previously, Akmal ran into trouble with Central Punjab team management and approached the PCB for what he claimed was discrimination against senior players.

Akmal said that Central Punjab Coach, Shahid Anwar, refused to include him in the line-up, even though he has recovered from injury and is completely fit. He said that this is not the first time Anwar has behaved in this fashion with a senior player.


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The 38-year old’s performance in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy was below par. He scored only 112 runs in 3 matches at an average of 18.66 before being ruled out due to injury. He did not return to the starting line-up again, as Central Punjab went onto become the joint-winners of the tournament.

Akmal’s career prospects look bleak in Pakistan domestic cricket, but he will be looking to answer his critics with the bat in the upcoming PSL season 6. He is currently the highest scorer in PSL history, with 1,537 runs at an average of 29.00 in 56 matches.

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