Former Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke has voiced his support for the inclusion of all-rounder Imad Wasim in the Pakistan national team.

Imad Wasim showcased exceptional all-round skills in the latter half of the PSL 9 and guided Islamabad United to their third title.

The left-arm batter, who clinched three Player of the Match awards in crucial games, has been hailed by Clarke as the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the finals.

Expressing his excitement during the thrilling PSL 9 between Islamabad United and Multan Sultans, Clarke admitted to being on the edge of his seat till the very last ball.

He emphasized Imad Wasim’s pivotal role in United’s victory, underscoring the significance of his potential inclusion in the national squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup.


“I am sweating, I can’t believe it. I don’t know who was winning,” he said.

“Imad is my MVP for the finals. If he is not playing for Pakistan in the T20 World Cup, it is something seriously wrong,” he added.

While Wasim retired from international cricket and has been actively participating in franchise leagues worldwide, Clarke believes that his exceptional form merits serious consideration from the Pakistani selectors.

Wasim himself has expressed openness to returning to the national side if called upon, affirming his commitment to serving his country if the opportunity arises.

Source: PCB

In the pulsating final match, United triumphed in a nail-biting finish, asserting their dominance as the most successful team in the tournament’s history.

Facing a challenging target set by Multan Sultans, United overcame the pressure with composed performances, particularly from Imad Wasim, who excelled with both bat and ball.

His remarkable figures of 5-23 with the ball and crucial contributions with the bat underscored his match-winning capabilities.

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