Former Pakistan head coach Mickey Arthur has stated that he still follows the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and praised the high standards of the widely followed tournament. Arthur, who currently coaches Sri Lanka, was Pakistan’s head coach from 2016 till the conclusion of the World Cup last year.
He also served as the Karachi Kings till the fourth edition, following which he was replaced by Aussie great Dean Jones. Arthur was keen to point out that the PSL was doing wonders to the sport of cricket in the cricket since it was honing the skills of youngsters.
“Pakistan Super League is a fantastic competition and I love the PSL. I think it is doing wonders for Pakistan cricket. The standard of cricket is great,” Arthur said. Upon being asked about his favourite franchise in the league, Arthur did not shy away from saying “Karachi Kings zindabad”.