Having the complete edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Pakistan has given a different level of spice to this tournament. From stadiums to schools to shopping malls, fans are thoroughly loving the experience. All the foreign cricketers too are relishing the environment as they are playing in front of the jam-packed stadiums of the country.
Recently, English cricketer Liam Livingstone opened up on his experience of playing in Pakistan. The belligerent batsman revealed that he is awestruck with the response of crowd as people have turned out in massive numbers to support the yellow team. Moreover, Livingstone believes that team is peaking at the right time as he sits confident about Peshawar’s success in the 20-over tournament.
“I must admit that the crowds have been excellent. Most of the games were packed and the support we received from Zalmi fans is incredible. Particularly, there was a sea of yellow in the Rawalpindi stadium. All this motivates us a lot,” the 26-year old batsman while sharing his experience of playing PSL in Pakistan.