The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has nominated former Australia captain Michael Clarke to join the Pakistan Super League (PSL) commentary panel.
Michael Clarke, who retired from international cricket after winning the 2015 World Cup, has acted as a commentator in various tournaments.
“I’ve just been asked to comment on the PSL, the Pakistan Premier League, and you should see the internationals they’ve got,” Clarke was quoted as saying.
The World Cup winning captain is considered one of the most beloved voices in the cricket fraternity and has a huge fan base across the world, including Pakistan.
Clarke, as one of the best cricketers of his generation, has extensive knowledge of cricket and his views on the game are well received in the cricketing world.
However, the 41-year-old cricketer has been making headlines after an alleged video of him with his girlfriend went viral on social media last week.
The video not only tarnished his reputation but also cost him a lucrative $150,000 commentary gig in India in the upcoming Test series between India and Australia.
Clarke was due to fly in to participate in the commentary panel of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), which would be telecast on Fox Sports.
It is worth noting that the upcoming eighth edition of the Pakistan Super League will begin on February 13 with the grand opening ceremony in Multan.