Pakistan Super League (PSL) is an annual domestic cricket tournament which is held in Pakistan, featuring six teams that play against each other in a T2o cricket format. It is organized by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), which began in 2016 and is now set for its highly anticipated ninth edition.
In the 2024 season, cricket enthusiasts will be looking forward to a total of 37 thrilling matches which have been fixated by the organizers from February 17th to March 18th, 2024. Over these years we have seen some notable players and some new talents appearing in the league to show their skills. So in today’s post, we will be talking about who is the player with the most matches in PSL till now.
Which player has played the most matches in PSL till now?
PSL- Player with the most number of matches till now:
Kamran Akmal is a renowned batter and wicket-keeper playing for Peshawar Zalmi and holds the top spot on the list of who has the highest number of matches in the history of the PSL tournament. Since 2016, Akmal has been a consistent presence, showcasing his skills for his team.
Remarkably, he has participated in a total of 69 matches, thereby demonstrating his enduring commitment to the team. Throughout his PSL journey, Akmal has amassed an impressive total of 1,820 runs which includes 3 centuries and solidifying his status as one of the league’s most prolific performers.
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Kamran Akmal – What you must know?
The journey of Kamran Akmal in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) began with his selection by the Peshawar Zalmi side for US$70,000. His prowess became evident in the 2017 season when, in the inaugural match against Islamabad United, he smashed 88 runs off just 48 balls.
By the end of the tournament, Akmal emerged as the leading run-scorer with 353 runs, clinching the green cap and the prestigious Hanif Mohammad Award for the best batsman. Another one of his achievements was earning the Imtiaz Ahmed, which is an award for the best wicket-keeper of the season which was a record of a total of 12 dismissals.
|Birth Date and Place
|13 January 1982 (age 42)
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
|1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)