Pakistan Super League (PSL) team Multan Sultans has appointed Pakistan cricket team opener Shan Masood as captain for the fifth season.
In a statement posted on social networking website Twitter, Multan Sultans said, "Modern cricket requires a captain who is both physically and mentally capable, our captain has no qualms physically and intellectually." Advanced athletes'.
Multan Sultans said, "Shan Masood is our brilliant captain".
Modern cricket demands a captain who is at the top of both the physical and the mental game. Our #SultansKaKaptaan is unmatched in his physicality & intellect. He is an elite level athlete with a deeply analytical mind. He is Shan Masood! Our #ShandarKaptaan! 💪🤩 pic.twitter.com/JFgTQzz1od— Multan Sultans (@MultanSultans) February 8, 2020
It should be remembered that the team of Multan Sultan was included in the PSL for the first time in the 2018 season and was later bought by Ali Tareen, son of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leader Jahangir Tareen.
Former Pakistan team captain Shoaib Malik was appointed team captain in the first season but the team failed to reach the final in both seasons.
Multan Sultans' first coach was Australia's Tom Moody and Pakistan great bowler Wasim Akram, who joined the second team in the 2019 season, while former South African bowler Johan Botha was named the team's coach.
For the current PSL season, Multan Sultans have hired former England head coach Andy Flower and announced the new captain Shan Masood.
Shan Masood was responsible for batting first in the first innings of the Test against Bangladesh, and the PSL team announced that he would be the captain.
According to the Multan Sultans, Wayne Madsen has been drafted in the draft of the substitute.
Fabian Allen of the West Indies in the Silver category will also be playing with the Multan Sultans in the middle of the tournament for that reason, until then Wynn Madsen of the Silver Category will be part of the Multan Sultans.
The 5th edition of Pakistan Super League will start from February 20 and will continue till March 22, while all 34 matches will be played in four cities of Pakistan, Karachi, Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi.