The Pakistan Super League is in it’s final phase as 3 teams, Multan Sultans, Lahore Qalandars, and Peshawar Zalmi have already fixed their spots for the play-offs. While Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators are trying hard to qualify for the final spot in the play-offs. Quetta received a huge blow ahead of the final phase of the league as one of their star player left the league unfinished.
31-Years old Australian All-Rounder James Faulkner yesterday posted a tweet on social media site Twitter that he officially decided to not play last two league matches of PSL 7-2022.
Faulkner blamed Pakistan Super League (PSL) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for not honoring his contract. Faulkner also blamed PCB and PSL for not fulfilling his financial obligations.
Faulkner issued an apology to the Pakistan cricket fans and then went on to announce that he has officially decided to exit from the last two matches and leave PSL season seven as PCB has not honored his contractual agreement/payments. The left-arm pacer also added that despite him being around for the whole duration, the concerned authorities have continued to lie to him.
While in response to Faulkner’s behavior, Pakistan Cricket Board and Quetta Gladiators rejected all the blames from Faulkner.
It really was strange behavior from Faulkner that is not liked by fans of Cricket.
He had been found in these situations in past as well.