Muhammad Sami to lead Islamabad United
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Islamabad United, Shoaib Naveed while addressing a press conference here on Monday said that Muhammad Sami would be captain of Islamabad United.
— Islamabad United (@IsbUnited) February 4, 2019
He said, the performance of Muhammad Sami remained excellent during previous three editions of PSL.
Mohammad Sami on the occasion said that Islamabad United would make best efforts to defend the title.
Mohammad Sami will lead the Defending Champions Islamabad United 🦁in #HBLPSL 2019! He is the 2nd highest wicket-taker in @thePSLt20 history and has also led his domestic side in several T20 tournaments.— Islamabad United (@IsbUnited) February 4, 2019
Good Luck #Kaptaan 👍#SherKiDhaar #RedHotChampions #UnitedWeWin pic.twitter.com/vFOtJG13G2
To a question, he said, the provincial governments of Sindh and Punjab had finalized all arrangements to ensure foolproof security for the players and spectators.
He expressed the hope the more matches of PSL would be played in the country in near future.
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