Mohammad Irfan Jr., who quit domestic cricket in Pakistan, has signed for a cricket club in Sydney, Australia. The right-arm fast bowler decided to quit domestic cricket after being left out of Southern Punjab’s first XI in the National T20 Cup. He has signed for Western Suburbs District Cricket Club (WSDCC) in Sydney after the snub.
Irfan Jr. expressed his frustration after being left out of the First XI, saying, “They are playing new boys in the First XI and we are still in the lower eleven, so I have decided to leave all forms of cricket”.
It is apparent that Irfan’s domestic career in Pakistan has ended after WSDCC announced his arrival on Instagram and labeled, adding that the cricketer has made Sydney his new home.
Here’s the Instagram post:
Mohammad Irfan Jr. has been a regular part of Pakistan Super League (PSL), having played for Lahore Qalandars, Quetta Gladiators and Karachi Kings. Irfan wasn’t picked by any franchise in the 2020 edition of PSL.