Former Pakistan captain and legend Shahid Afridi will likely be included in Nepal’s home T20 competition Everest Premier League T20 alongside the native famous person Sandeep Lamichhane. Both the players have a particular bond with one another; the Nepal youngster made his worldwide T20 debut playing with Afridi when each of the cricketers turned up for the World XI match towards world champions West Indies.
Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi will play in Nepal’s domestic cricket Everest Premier League. The Pakistani all-rounder will play in the same team as Nepali spinner Sandeep Lamichan.
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) July 26, 2021
Nepali Sandeep Lamichane and Afridi have a good relationship off the field. Lamichane played for Afridi in the World XI against the West Indies at Lord’s. Later, both of them are playing in Pakistan Super League and Afghanistan Premier League. In a video message, Lamichane told Afridi, Welcome to the Kathmandu team. The boys are all very excited to have you on the team. I know you will enjoy your time in this country, I am not wasting my time to get you on our team.
“This will be my first visit to Kathmandu,”
Afridi said of playing in the Everest Premier League. I am excited and very keen to go play. Afridi also promised to make the people of Nepal happy with the game. Although it was the first event of Everest T20 in 2016, it was closed again in 2017. Although the new format was supposed to start in 2020, the arrangement was ruined due to Corona’s
Everest Premier League
Everest Premier League is a franchise Twenty20 cricket tournament organized by EPL Pvt. Ltd., a non-public group in Nepal run by Aamir Akhtar. The largest cricket tournament within the nation, it’s performed through the northern winter calendar, principally within the month of December.
Originally posted on July 29, 2021 @ 10:00 am