Mohammad Rizwan is currently at No.1. 2 in the ICC rankings for T20I batsmen. Over the years, the 30-year-old has emerged as one of the main batsmen for Pakistan. Rizwan, who has now played in several franchise T20 leagues like Pakistan Super League, Bangladesh Premier League and Big Bash League, has said that PSL is the toughest cricket league in the world, leaving behind even the Indian Premier League.
Mohammad Rizwan said, “We used to say that there is IPL, now if you ask players who play here and go back, they say that Pakistan has the toughest league in the world because even our reserve players sit on the bench. ” by Cricket Pakistan.
“Obviously, everyone knows that PSL has taken the whole world by surprise. In the beginning, it was said that it will not be successful and things will not be different. As players, we also realized that it has taken the world by storm. made a name for himself throughout.” ,
The eighth edition of Pakistan Super League is scheduled to take place from February 9 to March 19 next year in Karachi, Multan, Rawalpindi and Lahore.
Earlier in March, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Rameez Raja revealed the profit earned by the board during the competition and the amount earned by each PSL franchise. The former Pakistan captain said that the advantage increased to 71 per cent during the season, which is the highest in the tournament’s history. He said that each franchise took PKR 900 million (Rs 38 crore).
Rameez Raja quoted an official as saying, “The profits of HBL PSL 7 jumped up to 71 percent, which is the highest in its history, with each franchise earning around PKR 900 million, which is again the highest in the history of HBL PSL.” I have the most, and even before the first ball is bowled.” Statement.
Raja also lauded the “overwhelming” support from fans at the venues of the first and second leg of the tournament, Karachi and Lahore, and said he had never seen such a “lively and supportive crowd” in his professional career.
“There is no doubt that HBL Pakistan Super League 7 has been a phenomenal success and this is largely due to the fact that we had amazing crowds both in Karachi and Lahore. In my professional career, I have never seen such a huge crowd. Josh didn’t see.” Huge, enthusiastic, lively and supportive crowd, especially in Lahore,” he said.
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