KPL 2021 Matches, Teams, Overseas Players, Controversies and more updates. Kashmir Premier League Squads 2021 KPL Teams Schedules Updates and More.
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Kashmir Premier League 2021
Kashmir Premier League (KPL) has been founded in 2021 and it’s a twenty20 Cricket league. Young talent from Kashmir will show their cricket talent on the ground of Azad Kashmir. Cricket Fans are extremely excited about the matches. Let’s have a look at the Kashmir Premier League (KPL) Squads for 2021.
Kashmir Premier League (KPL) Squads 2021
Here are the complete details of Kashmir Premier League (KPL) Teams Squads for 2021.
All-rounder cricketer Muhammad Hafeez is the caption of Kashmir Premier League (KPL) Squad Muzaffarabad Tigers.
Here is the detail of all players of KPL Team Muzaffarabad Tigers:
Muhammad Hafeez (Icon Player)
Sohail Tanveer (Platinum Category)
Tillekeratne Dilshan (Overseas Category)
Arshan Iqbal (Gold Category)
Zeeshan Ashraf (Gold Category)
Shoaib Maqsoo (Diamond Category)
Muhammad Wasim (Diamond Category)
Anwar Ali(Silver Category)
Usama Mir (Silver Category)
Sohail Akhtar (Silver Category)
Tahir Hussain (Emerging Category)
Inzamam ul Haq (Emerging Category)
Arslan Arif (Emerging Category)
Taimoor Sultan (Emerging Category)
Usama Arshad (Emerging Category)
All-rounder Pakistani Cricketer Shahid Afridi is leading the KPL team Rawalkot Hawks. Here are the complete details of all players of KPL Team Rawalkot Hawks.
Cricketer Imad Wasim is the caption of Kashmir Premier League Team Overseas Warriors. Below are the complete details of all players of KPL Team Overseas Warriors.
Shoaib Malik is lead the KPL 2021 Team Squad Mirpur Royals. Here are the complete details of all players of KPL Team Mirpur Royals.
Pakistani Cricket team’s Opener Fakhar Zaman is the caption of Kashmir Premier League team Kotili Lions. Below are the complete details of all players of KPL Team Kotili Lions.
Vice-caption of Pakistani cricket team Shadab Khan is the leader of KPL 2021 squad Bagh Stallions. Below are the complete details of all players of KPL Team Bagh Stallions.
Kashmir Premier League controversy: ‘PCB Welcome to raise the matter with ICC’ – BCCI
The controversy over the Kashmir Premier League is creating a battle between the Board of Control and the Pakistani Cricket Board. On Saturday, the PCB issued a statement criticizing BCCI’s alleged warning to various cricket boards against allowing their former players to participate in the tournament. The PCB said it would address the matter with the ICC and called BCCI’s actions against the spirit of the game.
Earlier on Saturday, former South African player Gibbs took to Twitter to criticize BCCI for interfering by including his “political agenda.” The ANI news agency quoted an anonymous BCCI official as responding on his behalf, saying that the board was within its right to do so.
“While one cannot confirm or deny the veracity of the statement made by a former player who has been featured in a CBI (Central Bureau of Investigation) investigation into match-fixing before, the PCB must understand that even if it is assumed that the Gibbs statement en It is true that BCCI would be within its right to make decisions regarding the cricket ecosystem in India.
“The fact that India’s cricket ecosystem is the most sought after for cricket opportunities globally, should not be envied by the PCB.”
The ANI quoted the official as saying that the PCB was confused and that allowing someone to play or work in cricket in India was “a purely internal matter.” The official compared it to the restriction on Pakistani players in the IPL.
“They are welcome to raise the matter at the ICC and one can understand where this is coming from, but the question they need to ask is whether it is due to government interference in their work, as the Prime Minister of Pakistan is officially their employer according to its own constitution. It is time to consider whether this issue should also be raised at the ICC. ”
The KPL will have six participating teams and they have selected few foreign players such as former Sri Lankan captain Tillakaratne Dilshan, former South African cricketer Herschelle Gibbs and four former England cricketers, among others.