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Afridi says “Yes” to A Zalmi Club World Cup.

A Zalmi Club World Cup in UAE

It is an excellent time for Pakistani fans of cricket. The initial season of PSL (Pakistan Super League) in UAE was a massive success.

The 2nd edition upcoming year is directed to be even better and enhanced by means of a storm of worldwide stars anticipated to amuse the fans.

Now the leading superstar, Shahid Khan Afridi, has publicized that Peshawar Zalmi (team of PSL) would organize the first and foremost ever “Zalmi Club World Cup” in UAE.

“I am proud to publicize Zalmi World Cup, 1st time yet in the record of Pakistan, global stage will be offered to show talent,” on Wednesday, Afridi tweeted.

Whereas there is no official authorization from team of Peshawar Zalmi, Javed Afridi their CEO, did share this news on 1st of October on Twitter. “Huge news for cricket clubs all around the world! Stick around for “Zalmi Club Championship” in UAE, your opportunity to shine,” tweet by Javed Afridi.

What we can recognize from these 2 tweets is that this contest possibly will be similar to the Champions League T20 in which every national champion of T20 acquires an option to struggle for the honors.

The Champions League T20 in 2015 was unsuccessful to obtain the type of reaction from admirers the organizers were anticipating.

Now Peshawar Zalmi appears to be extremely dedicated to launch their own tournament which will display top abilities.

Zalmi performed pretty well in the opening PSL tournament.

In the 5-team PSL in February 2016, Zalmi in the leadership of Afridi peak the points table by means of 6 triumphs from 8 matches. But Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators beat them in qualifiers which broke their expectations of going to the final.

Now Darren Sammy will be their new captain in the 2017 season of PSL.

Afridi, obviously, will be a huge fraction of Peshawar Zalmi in upcoming PSL.

And at the present this declaration from Afridi regarding the “Zalmi Club World Cup” is extremely important for cricket of Pakistan.