Asif Ali joins CPL franchise St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
Caribbean Premier League (CPL) franchise St Kitts and Nevis Patriots have announced that they have signed in Pakistan’s power-hitter Asif Ali for the upcoming season.
The franchise has announced this news on all available platforms, in which they are welcoming the “power-packed sixes hitter” to the team.
“Let’s welcome our power packed sixes hitter @AasifAli2018 all the way from Pakistan… looking forward to a lot of hits going outside Warner Park,” tweeted the franchise.
Let’s welcome our power packed sixes hitter @AasifAli2018 all the way from
Pakistan… looking forward to a lot of hits going outside Warner park
–#internationalplayer #cpl #cpl2021 #cricketplayedlouder #biggestpartyinsport #stkitts #stkittsandnevis #sknp #sknpatriots #patriots pic.twitter.com/5HCNW5ZyOA
— SKNPatriots (@sknpatriots) August 11, 2021
According to reports, Asif Ali will be playing in place of South African batsman Rassie van der Dussen, who has been injured.
The CPL will kick off from August 26. We will see Asif Ali playing on the same day as the first match will be between St Kitts and Nevis Patriots and Barbados Royals.
The complete season will be played at the same venue, Warner Park.
Asif Ali will join the play with seasoned cricketers Chris Gayle, Evin Lewis, Dwayne Bravo, Anrich Nortje, and Sherfane Rutherford, who are all part of the Patriots squad.
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