Peshawar Zalmi's team's batting mentor and ex-cricketer Hashim Amla have declared his commitment to be part of Zalmi for the fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League.
Peshawar Zalmi has uploaded a video of a conversation with betting mentor Hashim Amla in which he discussed various issues including the experience of playing in Pakistan.
“It feels great to come to Pakistan and it is an honour to be part of the Peshawar Zalmi team, I was asked about availability a few weeks ago and I am feeling very good to come here,” he said.
Amla said, "I am fortunate to have the experience of playing international cricket for a few years and the most important thing is to pass that experience on to the youth. I enjoyed talking about cricket around the world, including batting." I hope to have a good time with the youth.
He came to Pakistan 2 years ago with the World XI team and we played T20 series with Pakistan. After two years back, things are getting better here.
The batsman, who scored more than 18,000 runs in international cricket, has declared Pakistan a safe country for sports and invited players from other countries to visit Pakistan.
"We have no problem in Pakistan and we are happy to see that the game of cricket is progressing. It is very good to see international players playing here," he said.
The video also asked the former South African captain some interesting questions about his career in which he called the cover drive his favourite shot.
Answering a question, Amla termed the triple century in the Oval and the Perth Test in Perth as favourites, saying his favourite batsmen are Brian Lara and Steve Waugh.
Former Maoist batsman named Murali Dharan the best spinner, saying he has never faced a bowler faster than Sean Tait in his career.