Pakistan Super League (PSL), the premier T20 competition of the country, is four years old and gets celebrated massively every year. However, this edition of the 6-team event has provided a different vibe as the entire tournament is scheduled to be played in Pakistan.
This obviously lifted many hearts including that of former skipper Misbah-ul-Haq who currently serves as the chief selector and head coach of the national team. The 45-year old believes that holding all the PSL games in the country will inspire many children to take cricket as a profession, hence improving the supply of the cricketers in Pakistan.
Particularly highlighting the low turnouts in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), he cherished the idea of having PSL games played in front of jam-packed stadiums. He also added that this environment will incite the passion of young guns and will encourage them to give their best shot. The madness of PSL will hit Pakistan on February 20 in Karachi as a star studded opening ceremony will be followed by a contest between defending champions Quetta Gladiators and Islamabad United.