Former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara is fairing his trade for the new entrants Multan Sultans in this edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Meanwhile, the southpaw has agreed to travel to Pakistan for PSL final and eliminator. Further, the final will take place on March 25 at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium.

Meanwhile, Multan Sultans had a great start to the T20 league winning the first two games. Their mentor Wasim Akram recently admitted they have a balanced side and has fair chances in this edition. Further, they are currently at the second spot in the league table.

Further, on a personal note, Sangakkara had a blistering start scoring two fifties from three games. Sultan’s banked on Sangakkara’s knock of 57 and 63 to win the games.

Since his retirement from international cricket, the classical left-handed played domestic cricket all over the world.

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Sangakkara has agreed to come:

Sultan’s President Asher Schon confirmed the news while talking to the media in Dubai. Further, he added Sangakkara is excited to visit Pakistan.

Yes, Kumar Sangakkara has agreed [to come to Pakistan], and he’s very excited about it, he has a lot of history in Pakistan,” Schon said to Geo.Tv.

Also, he added other foreign players in his team would travel to Pakistan as well. Further, Shon credited the senior cricketers for the early success.

Our big players have stepped up.. [look at] Kumar Sangakkara, Shoaib Malik. We have the strongest bowling lineup [in PSL],” he added.

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On another note, Schon revealed they along with Lahore Qalandars would promote the development of the players from the grassroots level.

We want to work closely with Lahore Qalandars for the players’ development program,” Schon concluded.

Meanwhile, Multan will face Karachi Kings on Friday in Sharjah.

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