Karachi : Out-of-favour Pakistan fast bowler Sadaf Hussain has expressed his desire to move out of the country and settle in England for better future as his selection plight in the national squad continues.
Hussain has been knocking on the doors of Pakistan selectors from a long time, but has never got a chance to prove himself.
The 26-year-old’s complaint is not just confined to his breakthrough in the national squad but also for being ignored from the high-profile domestic tournaments that took place in the recent times.
He said that it was extremely frustrating to miss out major domestic competitions like the Pakistan Super League ( PSL) and the Pakistan Cup despite being one of the most consistent performers at the domestic level , Pakpassion.net reported.
Hussain, who bagged 283 First-Class and 77 List A wickets, failed to understand as to why he is being repeatedly sidelined for the major domestic tournaments.
Insisting that he has been appreciated more outside Pakistan than within his homeland, Hussain informed that he would be heading England to play for club cricket and would look to settle there if things don’t improve for him. (ANI)