Wasim Akram Plan to Establish Cricket League in Saudi Arabia

Wasim Akram

NewsToday: Former cricket captain of Pakistan, Waseem Akram, said he is "looking forward" to starting a cricket league in Saudia during a visit to Riyadh this week. The Pakistani bowler made the remark following a meeting with Prince Saud bin Mishal, the president of the, to talk about the future of the sport in the Kingdom. Wasim Akram is in Pakistan as a result of a device that enables the two countries' cricketing ties.

Javed Afridi, the owner of the Psl League team Peshawar Zalmi, announced last month that his team would participate in exhibition matches in Saudi Arabia. Pakistan is willing to share its understanding of the game, according to a statement made last month by Najam Sethi, the head of the PCB

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