Islamabad United All-Rounder Talks About His Relation With Babar and His Buddies


Being picked for the second time, Islamabad United’s Lewis Gregory is eying a profitable season within the sixth version of the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL).

Islamabad United picked the English all-rounder within the diamond class in the course of the PSL 2021 draft that was held on 10 January in Lahore.


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Whereas talking with media forward of the PSL 6, Gregory stated that he had an exquisite expertise as a Peshawar Zalmi participant within the earlier version of the event.

The 28-year previous famous that the talent degree in PSL is admittedly excessive, including that he have to be at his finest if he desires to carry out effectively within the competitors.


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The Somerset star stated that PSL has been attracting among the largest names of the cricketing world, together with England, and he’s wanting ahead to taking up the English gamers concerned within the PSL 2021.

He additionally appeared delighted over the inclusion of Somerset teammates, Tom Banton and Tom Abell, in PSL 2021. Banton will characterize Quetta Gladiators whereas Abell will play for Lahore Qalandars within the upcoming event. Babar performed for Somerset within the final two editions of the T20 Blast in England. The Somerset gamers, together with Tom Abell, Lewis Gregory, Tom Banton and Babar Azam are sometimes seen complimenting one another on social media platforms.

Somerset has a closely-knit unit and ever since Babar’s inclusion, Tom Banton and Lewis Gregory have gone on to play a lot of leagues across the globe. Tom Abell will likely be enjoying the PSL for the primary time, whereas Banton and Gregory have already represented totally different groups within the league.



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