The destructive New Zealand opening batsman Colin Munro has reached the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to join his group, Karachi Kings, for the rest of the matches of Pakistan Super League’s (PSL) fourth release.
Munro arrived in Sharjah today in the wake of participating in the three-match ODI series against Bangladesh which finished on Tuesday, February twentieth.
The hard-hitting batsman is making his introduction in the PSL this season. He was a part of Karachi Kings as a Platinum player in the past season but returned home for national obligation without playing any game.
Munro was one of only a handful couple of players Karachi Kings held amid the draft for this season; he will currently play the rest of the period as a functioning player.
Lords’ proprietor Salman Iqbal has recently declared that the opener is ready to play in Pakistan also.
Munro, with 3 T20 hundreds of years added to his repertoire, is as of now at the second spot in ICC T20I positioning for batsmen.
His incorporation will additionally reinforce the elegant Kings’ squad as the group has at present lost two diversions out of three.