Cricket, the most popular sports in all over the world was not that famous few years back. Hockey and football was far more famous but then it had become the greatest source of entertainment. The role of each T20 league is commendable as they marketed the game as an unmatched entertainment source and how can we forget the excitement of PSL!
Looking towards these T20 leagues almost every country had introduced their own T20 format like Natwest T20 Blast from England, Big Bash League from Australia, IPL from India, PSL from Pakistan etc. The main advantage of these Leagues is the support and investment of business tycoon, they are striving hard to make their league a success! These T20 leagues are not only promoting cricket but they are also finding and promoting new talent.
And the Award goes to PSL!!!
PSL is our very own T20 League and as the name indicates it is a SUPER LEAGUE for Pakistani cricket! Each season is bejeweled with new cricket talents and serve as hope that Pakistan can nail the international game! The game is marked with the customary aggression of the players on the field. Man the time has changes, I remember when the target of 250 was hard to beat and now we are going over the target of 400 without batting an eye!
Second and third season of PSL is known for the development of new players in Pakistan cricket team. The emerging talent promoted byour very own T20 league, PSL included Shadab Khan, the emerging leg break bowler, Fakhar Zaman well known for his double hundred and become the first Pakistani player to achieved it, and Asif Ali the most dominant player of the third season of PSL.
PSL promoted the talent that was hidden due to lack of opportunities, technical or financial complexities. These players were given a chance to shine and they didn’t disappoint! PSL became the success and newly found talent rise as the possible star of Pakistani cricket.
The efforts of Najam Sethi in the revival of international cricket in Pakistan are appreciable. Though Ehsan Mani replaced Najam Sethi, we hope that it will be positive change for cricket!