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  1. #161
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    Two big performances still left in the tank. The trophy is coming home.

    Will beat Karachi on Friday and avenge Quetta on Sunday.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mamoon View Post
    Two big performances still left in the tank. The trophy is coming home.

    Will beat Karachi on Friday and avenge Quetta on Sunday.

    I hope they play Khushdil Shah.

    Harris Sohail, Sohaib and Iftikhar looked hopeless.

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    Any update on Dilshan? Where is he?


    Hai yeh Josh-e-Junoon, hai yeh apna yaqeen, ke jo tum mein hai dum, woh kisi mein nahin!

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    Congrats!

    Very happy for PZ and its fans, and Karachi's loss today doesn't hurt at all.

    Zalmi is an organization you simply cannot dislike.

    Javed Afridi is a great man. Brings APS kids and cancer patients with him. Gets foreigners to play in Lahore. Builds a good image of Pakistan cricket and Pakistan in general.

    Then you have his cousin Shahid - who doesn't like the man? Very sad that he won't be able to play the final.

    Captain Sammy is another great individual. As are the rest of the foreigners on the roster.

    Then some good talented/aggressive/classy individuals in the form of Hasan Ali, Asghar, Junaid Khan, Khushdil, Haris, Hafeez, etc.

    All in all very happy for PZ. All the best for the final, and I hope you win it.


    Hai yeh Josh-e-Junoon, hai yeh apna yaqeen, ke jo tum mein hai dum, woh kisi mein nahin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Square Drive View Post
    Congrats!

    Very happy for PZ and its fans, and Karachi's loss today doesn't hurt at all.

    Zalmi is an organization you simply cannot dislike.

    Javed Afridi is a great man. Brings APS kids and cancer patients with him. Gets foreigners to play in Lahore. Builds a good image of Pakistan cricket and Pakistan in general.

    Then you have his cousin Shahid - who doesn't like the man? Very sad that he won't be able to play the final.

    Captain Sammy is another great individual. As are the rest of the foreigners on the roster.

    Then some good talented/aggressive/classy individuals in the form of Hasan Ali, Asghar, Junaid Khan, Khushdil, Haris, Hafeez, etc.

    All in all very happy for PZ. All the best for the final, and I hope you win it.
    Same here was having panic attacks today when Pollard was batting, wanted the final to be extra special; no disrespect to KK but the fact that the foreigners from Zalmi were willing to go Pak I wanted that honoured. This is the closest thing to holding a World Cup game in Pakistan, people just don't realise how much it means so constantly bring up x,y,z

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    Same here was having panic attacks today when Pollard was batting, wanted the final to be extra special; no disrespect to KK but the fact that the foreigners from Zalmi were willing to go Pak I wanted that honoured. This is the closest thing to holding a World Cup game in Pakistan, people just don't realise how much it means so constantly bring up x,y,z
    Yep exactly.

    After Javed announced yesterday that foreigners from PZ will be travelling to Lahore, I didn't mind PZ winning at all, despite being a KK fan.


    Hai yeh Josh-e-Junoon, hai yeh apna yaqeen, ke jo tum mein hai dum, woh kisi mein nahin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Square Drive View Post
    Yep exactly.

    After Javed announced yesterday that foreigners from PZ will be travelling to Lahore, I didn't mind PZ winning at all, despite being a KK fan.
    By the way what happened to Afridi I missed the game? would be a shame if he doesn't get to play before the home crowd, iA he recovers

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    Quote Originally Posted by shaz619 View Post
    By the way what happened to Afridi I missed the game? would be a shame if he doesn't get to play before the home crowd, iA he recovers
    Split webbing off a delivery by Sammy.

    Was bleeding and rushed off the field. Got 12 stitches on that hand.

    IA he recovers but it's very unlikely.


    Hai yeh Josh-e-Junoon, hai yeh apna yaqeen, ke jo tum mein hai dum, woh kisi mein nahin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Square Drive View Post
    Split webbing off a delivery by Sammy.

    Was bleeding and rushed off the field. Got 12 stitches on that hand.

    IA he recovers but it's very unlikely.
    That's really sad A lot has been said on his career and I've been very vocal as well but no one can deny how important he is to the Pakistani people, he is their hero; I was desperately hoping he'd feature in the final but what a curve ball peshawar get to the final and all their foreigners will be playing but no afridi. Chaloh doesn't matter, worst case scenario he can inspire from the bench

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    Peshawar Zalmi proudly taking the PSL Trophy to the people of Peshawar #PSL2017 #Cricket

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  11. #171
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    Wonderful pics of Trophy in KPK

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  12. #172
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    Great.

    Very happy for Peshawar.


    Hai yeh Josh-e-Junoon, hai yeh apna yaqeen, ke jo tum mein hai dum, woh kisi mein nahin!

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    Junaid Khan at special event in which Peshawar Zalmi Head Coach Mr. Muhammad Akram distributed stipend to all those players who have been selected through talent hunt last year.Pakistan Cricket and Peshawar Zalmi Star Bowler Junaid Khan was also be there and talked to media


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    PSL Champions Peshawar Zalmi keeps on performing off the field as well. Peshawar Zalmi Foundation handed over Rs.60,000 each to Peshawar Zalmi Foundation's Talent Hunt Stars.

    Emergence of Peshawar and KPK Cricket in Pakistan is no more a surprise and Peshawar Zalmi is continuing its mission of #BringingBackSmiles and appreciating young emerging cricketers.Ceremony held in Peshawar to give away Rs 60,000 to 26 Best cricketers of Peshawar Zalmi talent hunt.Head Coach of Peshawar Zalmi Muhammad Akram said that "Cricket talent in across KPK really impressed me and in future Peshawar Zalmi will do more talent hunt programs in KPK and this exercise will not only help KPK but also Pakistan Cricket".

    In his message the Chairman of Peshawar Zalmi Mr.Javed Afridi also stated that Peshawar Zalmi's mission of #BringingBackSmiles will continue to help cricketers of grass root level and in future they will also try to provide more facilities and coaching programs for the raw talent of KPK Cricket. He said "Delighted to see these young boys rewarded for their hard work & I hope they inspire others to follow in their footsteps".

    Peshawar Zalmi and Pakistan cricket team's fast bowler Junaid Khan,Manager Abdul Rehman and Former Cricketer Arshad Khan was also present on generous this occasion.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    PSL Champions Peshawar Zalmi keeps on performing off the field as well. Peshawar Zalmi Foundation handed over Rs.60,000 each to Peshawar Zalmi Foundation's Talent Hunt Stars.

    Emergence of Peshawar and KPK Cricket in Pakistan is no more a surprise and Peshawar Zalmi is continuing its mission of #BringingBackSmiles and appreciating young emerging cricketers.Ceremony held in Peshawar to give away Rs 60,000 to 26 Best cricketers of Peshawar Zalmi talent hunt.Head Coach of Peshawar Zalmi Muhammad Akram said that "Cricket talent in across KPK really impressed me and in future Peshawar Zalmi will do more talent hunt programs in KPK and this exercise will not only help KPK but also Pakistan Cricket".

    In his message the Chairman of Peshawar Zalmi Mr.Javed Afridi also stated that Peshawar Zalmi's mission of #BringingBackSmiles will continue to help cricketers of grass root level and in future they will also try to provide more facilities and coaching programs for the raw talent of KPK Cricket. He said "Delighted to see these young boys rewarded for their hard work & I hope they inspire others to follow in their footsteps".

    Peshawar Zalmi and Pakistan cricket team's fast bowler Junaid Khan,Manager Abdul Rehman and Former Cricketer Arshad Khan was also present on generous this occasion.
    Wow,good initiative by PZ.

    Hope other teams also do something similar to this,it will really boost players.


    Pakistan didn't just defy logic, they spat in logic's face, questioned the moral inclinations of its parents, kicked it in the shins, kneed it in the groin, strangled it unconscious, then shoved it into the mud and set its trousers on fire

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    It's great to see most of the PSL franchises investing time and money at the grassroots- should help develop Pakistan cricket.

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