by: TN Media News Pakistan:
Multan Sultans retained the player of the tournament from the last season, Ihsanullah, despite his injury. Since then, questions have arisen about whether he will feature for the Sultans in the next season.
In his latest interview with Cricket Pakistan, the right-arm pacer revealed that he is set to make a comeback in the highly-anticipated PSL. The lanky pacer plans to feature in 4 to 5 games for the Sultans.
“The good news for my fans is that I will be playing a few matches in the PSL. I aim to play even better than I did before and will participate in four to five matches,” said Ihsanullah.
The pacer further expressed his determination to make a great comeback and was thrilled to elevate his performance in the upcoming season of the PSL.
“I will try to maintain a pace of 145 plus when I return to bowling,” he added. Ihsanullah clarified that his goal is to play Test cricket for his nation.
“My goal is that when I make my Test debut, I aim to take a wicket with my first ball and pleasantly surprise the world, proving that Pakistan has gained another quality Test bowler,” he concluded.
It is worth noting that Ihsanullah is on the road to recovery after spending a considerable time in post-operative care following an elbow injury.