Pakistani Players Playing In Teams Owned By Indian Franchise See Full List Mohammad Hafeez Imad Wasim

Pakistani Players Played Teams Owned By Indian Franchise: In the last few years in world cricket, the beginning of franchise cricket has been seen in many countries. Apart from South Africa, UAE, America and Zimbabwe are included in this. Most of the franchises playing in these are owned by the Indian franchises playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL). Pakistani players are also seen playing in these leagues, Indian franchisees are also seen spending a lot of money to make them a part of their team.

Despite the ban on Pakistani players in IPL, he is seen playing in T20 leagues held in other countries. In such a situation, if we talk about Chennai Super Kings (CSK) and Mumbai Indians (MI), the two most successful teams of IPL, the teams owned by both of them will be seen playing in American T20 League MLC and South African T20 League. The MI New York team in Major League Cricket includes Hammad Azam, Ehsan Adil.

The Texas Super Kings (TSK) team owned by the Chennai Super Kings includes two players of Pakistani origin who have now settled in the US, including Muhammad Wasim and Sami Aslam. Apart from this, the team of Seattle Orcas, the team playing in MLC of GMR Group, also has 2 players of Pakistan origin, in which the name of Nauman Anwar, who settled in America and the other Pakistani player Imad Wasim, is included.

This Pakistani player included in Jim Afro T10

Apart from Major League Cricket, the current Pakistani fast bowler Shahnawaz Dahni will be seen playing in the Harare Hurricanes team, owned by Indian Bollywood superstar Sanjay Dutt, in the Jim Afro T10 League being played in Zimbabwe. Former Indian players Irfan Pathan, S Sreesanth and Robin Uthappa are also part of this team.

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