As Karachi is all set to kick off the HBL Pakistan Super League Six (PSL 6) from February 20, the foreign players have started to reach the port city. Peshawar Zalmi Coach Darren Sammy landed in Karachi on Saturday morning, and he looks in complete form to equip players with his skills.
On his arrival, Sammy had a little talk with reporters in which he urged the citizens to enjoy the cricket matches by implementing the OCID-19 health protocols, especially by wearing masks.
He also said that, “I am happy to be a part of Pakistan Super League and Peshawar Zalmi once again.”
“As a coach, I am excited to be a part of this team once again.” Said Sammy.
Meanwhile, South African Cricketer Rilee Rossouw, who will be playing for Multan Sultans has also landed in Karachi.
In his tweet he thanked his fans for the welcoming messages and wrote:
Looks like I landed in Karachi just in time to catch the 2nd T20. Thank you all for the welcoming msgs
Looks like I landed in Karachi just in time to catch the 2nd T20. Thank you all for the welcoming msgs 😁 🇵🇰 🇿🇦
— Rilee Rossouw (@Rileerr) February 13, 2021