M Hafeez signed 2015 Bangladesh Premier League BPL

M Hafeez signed 2015 Bangladesh Premier League BPL, Pakistan batsman Mohammad Hafeez has marked for the 2015 Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) and will play with the Dhaka Dynamites for the rest of competition, as per a report distributed on the ESPNCricinfo site.

He is required to land in Bangladesh later today and will play his first match against Chittagong Vikings two days after the fact.

Hafeez, who was neglected by each of the five BPL groups amid the beginning draft, will now make a late passage in the competition which will enter the knockout stage on December 12.

M Hafeez signed 2015 Bangladesh Premier League BPL

M Hafeez signed 2015 Bangladesh Premier League BPLHis constrained overs structure has been conflicting amid as of late finished up arrangement against England in the United Arab Emirates. Pakistan lost the ODI arrangement 1-3 and T20 arrangement 3-0.

“We have marked an arrangement with Mohammad Hafeez for Dhaka and he will play his first match on December 8,” Moghees Sheik, Hafeez’s chief told ESPNcricinfo. “They [Dhaka] were not certain (before) about players’ choice but rather now they have understood that they require him as he can be modest bunch on his day on Bangladesh pitches.”


M Hafeez signed 2015 Bangladesh Premier League BPL

Hafeez had before asserted he turned down a Rs 10 million offer from Chittagong Vikings on the grounds that he would not like to play nearby Mohammad Amir, who is coming back to global cricket taking after his conviction in a 2010 spot-altering case.

The previous Pakistani commander was cited as saying that he would not like to be in a group that likewise highlighted any individual who had conveyed notoriety to his nation.

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Later the Chittagong Vikings denied regularly making an offer to Hafeez, saying the establishment had finished its remote enlistments long back.

Hafeez, who was by and by got some information about the likelihood of playing with Amir, stayed resistant and strong in his perspective of not associating himself with polluted players. More

“When they say it and converse with me I will answer them as needs be,” he said. “For the time being, my own perspective is that I can’t play with such players in the same group. In any case, if any player like him can come and play against me, I will without a doubt play against them, yet won’t have the same changing area in the same group which I am playing for.”

Then again Amir’s stellar exhibitions in the residential matches and the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) have awed the group administration, winning him a spot in the Pakistan “A” group for its Twenty20 arrangement against England Lions.

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