Sri Lankan seasoned player Mahela Jayawardene has become the newest entry in subscribing with the Pakistan Super League on Wed. Jayawardene, who has showed his class Sri Lanka in 149 Tests, 448 ODIs, and 55 T20Is, connects the universe of more than 150 international top players who have agreed to be involved in the player set up for the first version of PSL.
“In an illustrious international career comprising 18 years, Jayawardene has recognized himself as a major sportsman with excellent mentoring features. Jayawardene led Sri Lanka to the finals of the 2007 ICC World Cup and the 2012 ICC World T20,” says a breaking news declaration launched by the PCB on Wed.
Jayawardene’s becoming a member of took the count of Sri Lankan players showing in PSL set up to 21. “We distributed the great information regarding Sangakkara last night and we now welcome Mahela Jayawardene to the PSL. Mahela Jayawardene is a world class player and he contributes more top quality to our group of players,” said chairperson of PSL regulating authorities, Najam Sethi. Pakistan Super League will be performed from Feb 4 to 24 next year in Dubai and Sharjah with five city-based franchises set to take aspect.