Kathmandu, Feb 27: Nepali leg-Spinner Sandeep Lamichhane has left for Pakistan to play in Pakistan Super League (PSL) today.
He is included in Lahore Qalandars in the league. According to Lamichhane's manager Raman Siwakoti, Lamichhnae is scheduled to play the match this evening.
Cricketer Lamichhnae is selected for the match in place of Sashid Khan. Khan had left the match in the middle as he was included in T 20 series against Zimbabwe.
PSL had picked 25 foreign players including Lamichhane for the sixth edition of its tournament.
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