Karachi: South Africa-based Islamabad United player Colin Ingram hopes to restore Pakistan to international cricket soon, according to PSL Expect exciting competition in 5.
Speaking exclusively to the “Express” correspondent at UBL Ground, 34-year-old batsman Ingram said, “I came to Pakistan for the sixth time and still feel very happy, like every other time. The right country, hopefully all the international cricket teams will visit here.
On a question, Ingram said that there will be very exciting competition in the PSL5, all the six teams in the league are comprised of good players, Islamabad United team has experienced young players along with emerging players. This combination makes it unique to other teams, led by head coach Misbah-ul-Islam Islamabad United will deliver good results.
Ingram paid a great tribute to Mentor, assistant coach and player Luke Ronak, saying that he is a fantastic cricketer, he has always contributed to his victories with his best performances, even in the PSL. Specific expectations are associated.
Ingram said that I have always enjoyed Pakistani hosting, this time I was also greatly welcomed, the people of Pakistan are very loving and deeply interested in cricket, hope the spectators. Excitement and excitement will add to the lust of the PSL5.