Mohammad Hafeez’s choice to pick nation over establishment cricket has supposedly cost him millions. The veteran Pakistan allrounder as of late declined an occasion to play in the forthcoming Lanka Premier League (LPL) to speak to his nation. The choice will charm Pakistan and their fans however it would hurt the allrounder monetarily.
Colombo Kings had roped in Hafeez for the debut period of the competition. The Colombo-based outfit had joined the Pakistan veteran to supplant Faf du Plessis. The previous South Africa captain is inaccessible for LPL because of South Africa’s impending restricted overs arrangement against England at home. Much the same as du Plessis, Hafeez has likewise picked nation over establishment.
Hafeez was as of late named in the 35-part Pakistan crew for New Zealand visit. Pakistan and New Zealand will play three T20Is between 18-22 December prior to securing horns a two-coordinate Test arrangement. Hafeez is accessible just for the most brief configuration of the game.
Large money related misfortune for Mohammad Hafeez:
Missing the LPL has cost Mohammad Hafeez taking everything into account. As indicated by a report in Cricket Pakistan, he was required to procure roughly PKR 10 million from his agreement at LPL. The report expressed that Hafeez had mentioned PCB to permit him to play a few matches at LPL. Notwithstanding, the PCB needed to request that the player pick one among Pakistan and LPL in light of the severe isolate rules.
The 40-year old, in answer, picked Pakistan which has cost him millions. Curiously, Hafeez is certainly not a halfway contracted player of the PCB. His match charge on the ongoing England visit was equal to that of a player with a C class focal agreement for example Rs 2,02,950. He got the opportunity to turn down the proposal to visit New Zealand and play in Sri Lanka without confronting any activity.
However, Mohammad Hafeez, who last played in the reciprocal arrangement against Zimbabwe, has chosen in any case. Recently, he additionally needed to forego a Rs.2,500,000 contract with a Caribbean Premier League (CPL) establishment to play in England. Then, the debut release of LPL will occur from November 26 to December 16.