PSL 2021: Former Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed and five others obtain clearance to travel to Abu Dhabi

Sarfaraz Ahmed

Pakistan Super League second leg has already garnered a lot of attention from global fans due to wrong reasons as six out of 13 players are still stuck in Pakistan and waiting for their visa clearance to travel to Abu Dhabi where the remaining matches of PSL season 6 will be played.

There is a sigh of relief for all Pakistan fans who appreciate Sarfaraz Ahmed who also had to wait for a long to receive visa clearance.

As per the latest developments seven players are still stuck in Pakistan including the likes of Amir Yamin, Asif Afridi, and Mohammad Imran.

Former Pakistan skipper was certainly unhappy with the behavior of airport staff recently where he was denied to fly for Abu Dhabi as he lacked documents and the wicket-keeper batsman conveyed his disappointment to PCB officials.

He is also the skipper of the Quetta Gladiators franchise and the owner Nadeem Omar admitted that the incident showed the incompetence of PCB but refrained from staging a major protest to avoid bringing the league into disrepute.

The PCB got in talks with the Abu Dhabi cricket council to conduct the remaining matches in the latter city. Initially, the date was supposed to start on 1st June later it was changed to 5th June, and then finally the report has emerged that the league will start from 9th June 2021.

As the board has to chalk in their plans really well and try to finish games before 21st June as the national side players had to travel for the tour of England on June 22nd, 2021.