Lanka Premier League: Afridi missed Sri Lankan flight, Galle will not be able to play first match for Gladiators

In the Lanka Premier League, starting on 27 November, Galle Gladiators captain Shahid Afridi could not leave for Sri Lanka on Monday due to a flight miss. Afridi himself informed about it by tweeting. In such a situation, suspense has now arisen for Galle to play in the first match.

Afridi tweeted that I missed my Colombo flight this morning. nothing to worry about. I am soon reaching to be a part of LPL.

According to the news agency, whenever he reaches Sri Lanka, he will have to follow the Quarantine rules. In such a situation, they can miss the league’s opening match. In his absence, Bhanuka Rajapaksa will captain the team. Galle’s first match will be against the Jaffna Stallions on 27 November.

Afridi, who played for Multan Sultan in PSL, has played 27 Tests, 398 One-Day and 99 T20 matches for Pakistan. The former Pakistan captain was recently seen playing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) play-off in Karachi. For Multan Sultan he had taken 3 wickets in 2 matches and scored 12 runs.

Five teams in LPL There are five teams in LPL. This includes Colombo Kings, Candy Tuskers, Jaffna Stallions, Dambulla Hawks and Galle Gladiators. Starting in 26 November, there are a total of 23 matches in this league. The final will be played till 16 December. There will be double header matches on each day. There will be semi-finals on December 13 and 14.

Many players from India including Irfan are playing LPL, including Irfan Pathan, Munaf Patel, Manpreet Goni and Sudeep Tyagi. Only players from India can play foreign leagues who have retired from international cricket and IPL.

The corona on the league is cornered by the corona crisis on the LPL. The Corona report of Pakistan’s Shoaib Malik, Souhail Tanvir and Canadian batsman Ravindra Pal Singh, who have joined the league, have come positive. At the same time, former Sri Lankan bowler Lasith Malinga, West Indies all-rounder Chris Gayle has already withdrawn from the league. Liam Plunkett and Ravi Bopara of England have also withdrawn their names.

 

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