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Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Pakistan Super League A Great Success

Pakistan Super League ended over yesterday with exciting results. Islamabad United, the team who was not even in a queue to qualify for the final, has won the tournament quite convincingly. The team got their form later in the tournament but continued their winning stream till they won the PSL final. Quetta Gladiators who defeated Peshawar Zalmi in the first qualifying final were considered to be favorite, but the Islamabad team showed great character both in batting and bowling formats. In Pakistan Super League final contest, the entire stadium was fully packed and none of seats were unfilled.  It shows a great success for the Pakistan Cricket as they organized this tournament convincingly. The Board was able to attract many renowned international players from almost all of the International cricket teams except India. 

Earlier in the Pakistan Super League, Yuvraj Singh was included but later on he was nowhere on the screen. The international players from all over the world, greatly appreciated the overall environment of the league. The players were encouraged, supported and the team management contributed a lot to make this event successful. The foreign coaches were highly satisfied from the environment and exposure provided to them. Quetta Gladiators coach Viv Richards had given his team a lot more than expected. The guys were highly satisfied from his coaching tactics. He has been given an assignment to coach the Pakistan International team in the upcoming Asia Cup and ICC T20 World Cup. Pakistan took out great advantage from this league as new talented faces come out on the screen. Amongst such talented players are Sharjeel Khan, Mohammad Sami and Khalid Latif. All of these players performed exceptionally well in the tournament. They got an exposure to play with International players and they showed their character. Hopefully the PSL next edition will be even more successful. Credit goes to Najam Sethi and the entire Pakistan Cricket Board. 

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