Iftikhar Ahmed is set to represent Multan Sultans in the ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Multan Sultans acquired Iftikhar Ahmed in exchange for Rilee Rossouw and the initial Silver category pick.
Iftikhar Ahmed is known for his versatility as a formidable all-rounder with power-hitting and clever off-spin skills.
Iftikhar Ahmed, the versatile Pakistani cricketer, is set to represent Multan Sultans in the upcoming ninth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). As part of a trade, Iftikhar has made the move to Multan Sultans, while Rilee Rossouw has returned to his former team, Quetta Gladiators.
In the recent trade deal with Quetta Gladiators, Multan Sultans secured the first pick in the platinum round one by exchanging Rilee Rossouw and the initial Silver category pick.
Iftikhar Ahmed has transformed into a formidable all-rounder, showcasing his prowess in power-hitting and clever off-spin. With an impressive track record of 229 T20 matches since his debut in October 2010, he has amassed 4,476 runs, including a century and 30 half-centuries.
Notably, the robust batter has been consistently hitting boundaries at an impressive rate of one every 6.75 balls. Achieving the milestone of 50 wickets recently, Iftikhar boasts an economy of 7.31 in the T20 format.
Iftikhar Ahmed: “I am delighted to become a Sultan. It is an honour for me to represent the people of Multan as their passion for this game is second to none. Multan Sultans have evolved into a strong team and their record in the last three seasons speak for itself. Now, it is my ambition to help them bag the prestigious HBL PSL trophy,” Iftikhar said.
Captain Muhammad Rizwan: “I am very excited to welcome Iftikhar Ahmed. He brings outstanding all-round skills, which we need to be a champion team.
“It was not only his on-field skills that made us finalise this trade, but he is also a brilliant team player who uplifts dressing rooms with his presence. We are eager to put together a set of players whose skills are in sync with our positive, bold and aggressive brand of cricket.”
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