HBL PSL 6: Miller keen to make ‘big impact’ in little time

The left-hander will leave the event after a couple of games

HBL PSL 6: Miller keen to make ‘big impact’ in little time PHOTO COURTESY: Peshawar Zalmi

South African cricketer David Miller is keen on making the most of the opportunity, while playing for Peshawar Zalmi, during the remaining matches of the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six.

While speaking during a virtual press conference on Monday, the left-handed batsman said that he wants to make a major contribution before leaving the event after a couple of games.

“It feels really nice to be here, been looked after very well by the guys in charge behind the scenes. But obviously I’m not here for too long, I’m here for a couple of games. Just trying to make a big impact towards the team in whatever space I can in a short amount of time,” said Miller.

“But I always wanted to play in this competition. It just didn’t work out with the South African domestic season as it is played during the same time. We have a really nice team; the guys are gelling nicely it’s a good mix with the overseas guys,” he added.

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The hard-hitting batsman also spoke about his role in the Zalmi side while shedding light on his batting position.

“In terms of my role for Zalmi, I always want to contribute for the team through my whole career. From the next couple of games, I will shift into number four or five position. You know according to wherever I bat. I mean I could be in during the third over or 15th over. So we have to see how we go there and that’s the role I have taken for many years now you know position number four and five. I’m so excited to do that for the team and make some big contributions for the guys,” he concluded.

The event will begin on June 9 in Abu Dhabi.