For PSL 9, the Multan Sultans have announced Ihsanullah's replacement

For PSL 9, the Multan Sultans have announced Ihsanullah’s replacement. Multan Sultans made a positive move in their squad for the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) 9 by announcing the replacement of right-arm pacer Ihsanullah, off-spinner Ali Majid Shah, sitting Khanewal.

The decision to replace Ihsanullah with Shah was approved by the PSL 9 technical committee, enabling the Multan Sultans to strengthen their bowling techniques for the rest of the tournament.

Having played in 17 Twenty20 Internationals, Ali Majeed Shah offers a plethora of experience to the team. He has demonstrated his bowling ability with 16 wickets, including a magnificent 3/27. 

While Ihsanullah’s absence will be felt, especially given his key contribution to the Sultans’ victory in the previous phase of the tournament, where he emerged as the second highest scorer with 22 wickets in 13 matches in 1999, the group is still disappointed.

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Currently holding the top spot in PSL 9 with eight points from five matches, Multan Sultan continue to showcase their strength and resilience on the field. The Sultans have maintained their dominance despite facing stiff competition from rivals such as Quetta Gladiators who are sitting at the back with six points from four matches.

With Ali Majid Shah in his lineup, Multan Sultans want to bolster their lineup even more and build on their strong performance in PSL 9 in their pursuit of the championship trophy once more.

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