Despite good performance, PSL won’t pick me: Salman Butt share concerns


Pakistan opener and previous Test captain Salman Butt has said that he feels left around the way that Pakistan Super League (PSL) establishments are not keen on grabbing him, regardless of his great exhibitions in domestic T20 cricket.

“I have been the second most elevated run scorer in dometic T20 in the past couple of season yet at the same time overlooked by the PSL establishments,” Butt said while addressing media amid the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy coordinate between Karachi Whites and WAPDA at the National Stadium in Karachi.

He included: “I have not been given a chance to speak to Pakistan despite the fact that I have served my discipline and finished my recovery procedure.”

Butt was likewise disillusioned domineering the brunt of slip-ups made by other while he additionally repeated that he assumed no part in PSL spot-settling outrage in the second season.

“I was not engaged with PSL spot-settling outrage,” he said. “It is disillusioning to see that I am enduring a result of the slip-ups made by others.”

Butt additionally censured Pakistan determination board of trustees, headed by Chief Selector Inzamamul Haq, for excluding him in the Pakistan-A side in spite of promising to do as such.

“The choice panel is reliably overlooking me,” he said. “Cheif Selector Inzamam guaranteed that he will give me a shot in the Pakistan-A side yet that is yet to appear.”

Butt is presently driving WAPDA in the QeA Trophy and was rejected for a duck in the first innings of the round one match against Karachi Whites.


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