In-out of foreign players in Pakistan Super League

Four matches have been played in the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and so far the Lahore Qalandars have won their first two matches. But on Tuesday, he also had to say goodbye to a key player.

Not only this, Chris Gayle from West Indies has also bought a return ticket. In his place, former South African captain Faf Dupleix will arrive in Pakistan on Tuesday and join Quetta Gladiators.

Quetta Gladiators opener Chris Gayle said he was leaving the event unfinished due to national responsibility.

It may be recalled that next month there is a series of three ODIs and three T20 matches between West Indies and Sri Lanka for which the teams will be announced later.

Chris Gayle has represented Quetta Gladiators in two matches.

Chris Gayle last played a T20 match for the West Indies in March 2019, while in August 2019 he played his last ODI against India.

Afghan all-rounder Rashid Khan, who is making his debut in the Pakistan Super League, left Pakistan on Tuesday.

Rashid Khan said in a tweet that he was leaving the event at an early stage but he had to fulfill his national responsibility.

He thanked the management and fans of Lahore Qalandars and wished them to be a part of the event again next year.

A series between Afghanistan and Zimbabwe is scheduled for two Tests and three T20s next month and Rashid Khan will represent Afghanistan in the series.

South African fast bowler Dale Steyn arrived in Pakistan on Monday. He will represent Quetta Gladiators in PSL Six.

Stan has previously represented Islamabad United in the PSL, but this will be his first experience with Quetta.

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