Psl that stands for Pakistan Super League was founded on 9 September in Lahore, 2015. There are actually 6 teams:
Unfortunately, it was initially decided to be played outside Pakistan in the UAE due to some security concerns. Now, it’s played inside Pakistan. The winner of the first season was Peshawar Zalmi, defeating the Quetta gladiators. In 2018, Islamabad was the winner.
There were five teams in the starting and the sixth one Multan Sultan was introduced in 2018; 10 November owned by Schon Properties.
Needless to say that PSL is a source of great entertainment for Pakistanis. The cricket fever literally get really high in PSL season; be it any kid or an adult; everyone gets crazy af. They watch PSL with enthusiasm and zeal.
Moreover, this cricket tournament has given a chance to a lot of new young players to exhibit their exceptional talent to the world. Let's know who they are!
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Hasan Ali, 25 years old champion had won the heart of many Pakistanis. He was born on 7 Feb 1994 and plays for the team of Peshawar Zalmi. His average rate of taking wickets is two wickets per game. He is a great bowler and right-handed. He also says that PSL increased his confidence. Along with that, he also noted that PSL is carried out as an international match. The standard is the same.
Faheem Ashraf is no one but an excellent player born on 16 January 1994. He is a brilliant wicket taker making his place in everyone’s heart. Fahim Ashraf is of Islamabad United; claiming 19 wickets and a fantastic all-round performance. On 14 Feb, the first match of PSL was played in which he made 23 runs in 11 balls. He is left-handed in batting and right-handed in bowling. He actually began his career having an aspiration to be a bowler and ended being so famous.
Harris Rauf plays in the team Lahore Qalandars, and he’s great bowler being right handed. Playing in PSL 4, Haris Rauf has put many batsmen in shock and used a smart strategy so far.
“Haris has talents to go to places; I am very confident that he can break Shoaib Akhtar's record of fastest bowling.”
This is not the end. He said he'd be looking for more opportunities and his focus is on the next matches. His outstanding bowling has made everyone fan of him, and he’s actually amazing. He also shared that he wanted to deliver the fastest ball in PSL and he’ll do it, Insha Allah.
Sandeep Lamichhane was born on the 2nd of August 2000. A 19-year player has left everyone surprised! He is from Nepal, and his height is 1.73m. He has been playing for the Nepalese national team. Sandeep Lamichhane is a leg spin bowler and being right-handed. He has made his place in PSL 4.
“Lamichanne is a good bowler and has disturbed everyone in the PSL."
He is playing as a team member of Lahore Qalandars. He gained support from Yasir Shah. He made a figure of 4-10 playing as an opponent if Quetta Gladiators on 17th of March.
Umer Khan was born on 5 August 1999 in Rawalpindi. He bats left-handed. Being about just 20 years, he has made his image in professional life. He took ten wickets, and that’s a great achievement. In addition to it, his family settled in Taxila. His father worked and earned by repairing punctured tires. Nadeem Khan, the former Pakistan test cricketer, brought him for training by realizing his talent. He said:
“ I can’t thank my father enough for everything he has done for me.”
There you have it! There are many more emerging talents like this in Pakistan. We have seen and acknowledged many great bowlers in Pakistan and are looking forward to knowing more in the upcoming seasons of Pakistan Cricket league.
Well, this all awakened a patriotic in me, and all I want to enchant here is; Pakistan Zindabad!
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