Pacer says if side fails to make it to playoffs then they will have only themselves to blame 0SHARES Share Tweet Email PHOTO COURTESY: PSL Peshawar Zalmi’s Wahab Riaz admits the defending champions have been poor this season as they face the very real possibility of missing out on a play-off spot after finishing in the top two in both previous Pakistan Super League (PSL) seasons. “We are the defending champions and want to qualify for the finals but the situation seems to be a bit tough,” he said, as quoted by PakPassion. “We haven’t played well as a team and if we don’t qualify then I would say that we didn’t deserve to do so as our cricket wasn’t up to the mark” Sarfraz stars as Quetta beat Peshawar The left-arm pacer discussed the chance the PSL affords to young players but added that something similar should be the case with all domestic competitions in Pakistan. “We talk a lot about young players but they don’t get the required exposure in domestic cricket. The jump to PSL from domestic cricket is a big one since you now play with international players,” he said. “Players like Shadab khan, Rumman Raees… Read full this story
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