Sami Aslam has decided to move to the United States

Sami Aslam has decided to move to the United States 

Pakistani Batsman Sami Aslam has decided to move to the United States to play cricket. Pakistani batsman Sami Aslam made his Test and ODI debut against Bangladesh in 2015, after which he played 12 more Tests for the team. The last time he played Tests was in 2016, in the last 6 innings, he was fifty out of a total of 1, in 4 innings he has been out in a single room.

After that omission, there was no chance for the Pakistan team, although Sami Aslam has been a regular performer in domestic cricket. But the fate of the Pakistani opener, Sami Aslam has decided to move to the United States in anger as he did not get a chance in the team that toured New Zealand for the last time. He joined the US Major Soccer League, ending his international cricket career for Pakistan.

He is not yet 25 years old, but Sami Aslam is frustrated with not being able to play international cricket for three years. Sami has decided to join the Major Soccer Cricket League with the goal of ending his career for Pakistan and resuming his international career for the United States.

Pakistani media Pak Passion reported, “Sami has already started preparations to go to the United States. He will not play in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy either. Just take the time to stay and make arrangements to leave, you will leave when it is over. The left-handed United States cricket team will then start the journey. The goal is to get a place in the team for the 2023 World Cup qualifiers. ”

Sami Aslam, who played for Balochistan in the latest Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, also led the South Punjab team last season. But he disobeyed the coach and was relieved of that responsibility. This time, he did not get a place in the team of the National T20 Cup in Balochistan.

Sami Aslam has played 13 Tests and 4 ODIs for Pakistan, where he has scored 756 and 6 runs respectively. Although there are no centuries, there are six fifties, all in the elite version of cricket Tests.