Bangladesh veteran batsman Tamim Iqbal has commended the high quality of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), which is scheduled to commence soon. Tamim will not be a part of the upcoming edition of the PSL as he went unsold in the draft owing to international commitments with the Bangladesh side.
He has previously represented former PSL champions Peshawar Zalmi in Pakistan’s darling T20 tournament, managing a prolific run across the first two seasons. Having played in some of the top leagues around the world, the talented southpaw has singled out the PSL as the most well-run and professional franchise-based competition.
"I was part of Peshawar Zalmi for first 2 seasons and because of our schedule I couldn't come back, but PSL is a fantastic league which I rate very highly. The atmosphere, facilities and the way the teams are run, it is the ideal way to run a franchise tournament,” Tamim claimed.