Like all earlier editions of the Pakistan Super League, PSL 6 has additionally offered alternatives to younger gamers, together with Mohammad Wasim junior, who hails from North Waziristan.
According to the 19-year-old participant, taking part in for the PSL is a dream-come-true alternative for him.
“I am enjoying my time with Islamabad United. I am trying to learn as much as possible from Johan Botha, Ruman Raees, Saeed Ajmal, and other players in the team,” stated Wasim who began his FC profession solely final 12 months.
“My first goal is to become the best emerging player, take maximum wickets in Pakistan Super League, and then get selected for Pakistan cricket team,” he stated.
Wasim made his debut on Sunday night time for Islamabad United and despatched a number of batsmen to the pavilion, together with Shahid Afridi, Sohaib Maqsood, and Mohammad Rizwan to announce his arrival within the top-level cricket.
Sharing his somewhat robust journey into the world of cricket with Geo.television, the cricketer stated that he used to play tape ball cricket in North Waziristan as there have been no grounds within the neighborhood however I repeatedly watched all these stars play PSL matches on TV,” he recalled.
“Life in Waziristan wasn’t easy for me due to the lack of facilities. So I went to Peshawar to start my career in cricket. I joined a club there, then started playing district-level cricket before representing my region at the age-group level. Finally, I was picked to represent the Pakistan U19 team,” he stated whereas talking about his journey.
The 19-year-old cricketer stated that his father wouldn’t enable him to play cricket however his uncle helped him obtain his dream and when he moved to Peshawar, his pal – Mohib – helped him be a part of a membership to start out cricket.
“That’s how my journey started,” he stated.