IN PICS: PSL team of the tournament

As the Pakistan Super League draws to a close, we pick our team of the tournament.

Barnaby Read
by Barnaby Read
5th March 2017

article:5th March 2017

With the Pakistan Super League coming to a close, Sport360’s Barnaby Read picked his team of the tournament.

After the competition ended its Dubai leg and headed to Lahore for the final, there were plenty of players that stood out.


Here, we pick according to league rules in that there is a maximum of four foreign players and one emerging player must be picked.

For Pakistan cricket, the fact it has been so hard to pick just one emerging player and that so many national players both in and out of the squad played so well, there are real positives to take from this year’s PSL.

What do you make of the team and who makes it into your best XI?

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IN PICTURES: From Shahid Afridi to Shadab Khan, Kamran Akmal and Kevin Pietersen – 2017 PSL team of the tournament

As the Pakistan Super League draws to a close, we pick our team of the tournament.

Kamran Akmal (Peshawar Zalmi) - Leading run-scorer, only hundred, two fifties and the most dismissals and 'keeper.

Kamran Akmal (Peshawar Zalmi) - Leading run-scorer, only hundred, two fifties and the most dismissals and 'keeper.

Jason Roy (Lahore Qalandars) - Only five games but hit two 50s, 173 runs @ 43.24 and 151.75 S/R.

Jason Roy (Lahore Qalandars) - Only five games but hit two 50s, 173 runs @ 43.24 and 151.75 S/R.

Ahmed Shehzad (Quetta Gladiators) - Like Akmal a real resurgence, with most fifties (3), 241 runs @ 30.12.

Ahmed Shehzad (Quetta Gladiators) - Like Akmal a real resurgence, with most fifties (3), 241 runs @ 30.12.

Kevin Pietersen (Quetta Gladiators) - Hit 241 runs @ 30.12, 151.57 S/R after woeful start

Kevin Pietersen (Quetta Gladiators) - Hit 241 runs @ 30.12, 151.57 S/R after woeful start

Fakhar Zaman (Lahore Qalandars) - His pinch hitting was always entertaining, scoring 177 @ 138.28 S/R

Fakhar Zaman (Lahore Qalandars) - His pinch hitting was always entertaining, scoring 177 @ 138.28 S/R

Kieron Pollard (Karachi Kings) - Devastating at the end, 201 runs @ 40.20, 171.79 S/R

Kieron Pollard (Karachi Kings) - Devastating at the end, 201 runs @ 40.20, 171.79 S/R

Shahid Afridi (Peshawar Zalmi) - Walloped 177 runs at 173.52 S/R, hit 15 sixes, and despite only two wickets had economy of 6.75

Shahid Afridi (Peshawar Zalmi) - Walloped 177 runs at 173.52 S/R, hit 15 sixes, and despite only two wickets had economy of 6.75

Darren Sammy (Peshawar Zalmi) - How else would we win without T20's greatest captain?

Darren Sammy (Peshawar Zalmi) - How else would we win without T20's greatest captain?

Shadab Khan (Islamabad United) - Nine wickets @ 19.11 and 6.61 economy, more than handy with the bat

Shadab Khan (Islamabad United) - Nine wickets @ 19.11 and 6.61 economy, more than handy with the bat

Wahab Riaz (Peshawar Zalmi) - Got better and better, with 13 wickets @ 14.61, 6.33 economy

Wahab Riaz (Peshawar Zalmi) - Got better and better, with 13 wickets @ 14.61, 6.33 economy

Sohail Khan (Karachi Kings) - Leading wicket-taker (16) @ 15.00, 7.61 economy, 11.1 S/R

Sohail Khan (Karachi Kings) - Leading wicket-taker (16) @ 15.00, 7.61 economy, 11.1 S/R