James Faulkner got bail for not getting money in PSL

Australia’s star all-rounder James Faulkner (James Faulkner) has left the ongoing Pakistan Super League and has returned home. The reason for this was the non-payment of his PSL contract by the Pakistan Cricket Board, due to which Faulkner left the Quetta Gladiators in the middle of the tournament. Also, another big update is coming about this matter that, before leaving the hotel, James Faulkner got so angry that he (James Faulkner) threw his bat and helmet down from the balcony of the lobby floor.

James Faulkner throws his bat and helmet

In fact, when Australia’s all-rounder James Faulkner was leaving the Pakistan Super League and leaving for Australia, before that, he had a meeting with an official of the Pakistan Cricket Board.

After which Faulkner appeared very angry, due to which he threw down his bat and helmet from the balcony of the hotel’s lobby floor, which went straight to the chandelier of the hotel. Although the picture of this whole incident is becoming fiercely viral on the internet. Along with this, this Australian player has also accused the Pakistan Cricket Board that he kept lying to them continuously.

Apart from this, let us tell you that Faulkner was representing Quetta Gladiators in the PSL this year, although his team’s performance this time has been very disappointing. He remains at the fifth position in the points table.

Faulkner himself confirmed the whole matter on social media

2015 World Cup winner James Faulkner himself revealed the whole matter by tweeting on the most popular platform of social media, Twitter. He tweeted and wrote,

‘I apologize to the Pakistan cricket fans. Unfortunately, I had to withdraw from the last two matches. I have to take this step due to non-payment of my fixed salary by PCB. I stayed here for the entire duration, but the board continued to lie to me.

James Faulkner wrote in the second tweet after this,

It hurts to leave the league because I wanted to help bring international cricket back to Pakistan. There is a lot of young talent here and the fans are amazing, but the way I was treated is like an insult from PCB and PSL. I am sure you all understand my position.

However, this matter did not stop there, the Pakistan Cricket Board also banned James Faulkner from playing the Pakistan Super League forever.

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