PESHAWAR: Darren Sammy, West Indies all-rounder landed in Pakistan on Monday morning to attend Peshawar Zalmi’s kit and anthem launch ceremony ahead of the fourth edition of Pakistan Super League.
Sammy, who arrived in Pakistan’s capital, Islamabad, and then left for Peshawar to attend the ceremony has represented Peshawar Zalmi in all the editions of PSL so far and enjoys a huge fan base in Pakistan.
The kit and anthem launch of the franchise will be held at Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor House amid much fanfare. A star-studded roster of Zalmi players and ambassadors, as well as local bands and musicians, will highlight the event.
Peshawar Zalmi’s owner, Javed Afridi welcomed Sammy upon arrival at Islamabad.
View image on TwitterView image on TwitterView image on Twitter
The moment has finally arrived. I am elated to announce that @darensammy88 has landed in Islamabad & is on his to meet all the #ZalmiFans in Peshawar. His excitement can be seen as he steps foot in the city of flowers for the very first time. ⚡ #PakhairRaghlaySammy pic.twitter.com/wjZBvVix3o
— Javed Afridi جاوید آفریدی (@JAfridi10) February 4, 2019
Sammy will also visit Army Public School in Peshawar, the site of the country’s deadliest terrorist attack in 2014 in which around 150 people, including more than 130 schoolchildren, were martyred by Taliban gunmen.