Shahid Afridi: I Am Not Interested in IPL
Shahid Afridi Said: I Am Not Interested in IPL
The Pak-Ind competition in the world of cricket has ever stayed among the most expected one. After another successful variant of Pakistan Super League (PSL), Indian cricket direction is beginning to sweat.
The trend of commercializing cricket was launched when Lalit Modi — a renowned f
raud — played an instrumental role in the launch of Indian Premier League (IPL).
Pakistan was the latest state to join with the boom of T20 league and also at 2015, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) premiered.With every passing season, PSL has grown more powerful with games being changed and played Pakistan.
It has hurt the standing of Indian Premier Leauge since the only domestic league that could collect all of the stars under a single umbrella.Discussing the contrast between both leagues, Shahid Afridi had a couple of words to say.
Even if they call me, I won’t go to the IPL. My PSL is the biggest and there will be a time that it leaves the IPL behind.
I am enjoying the PSL, I don’t have any need for the IPL. I’m not interested in it and never was.
Lots of global players that featured in this variant of PSL agreed they prefer to feature in PSL compared to IPL if the two contests were being played at precisely the exact same moment.
They included that bowling attacks are ferocious, and batting is only sublime whereas the fielding is full of agility.
Talking about Pakistan national group’s T20 functionality, former captain Waqar Younis additionally targeted Indian Premier League and said:
The reason why our team is number 1 in T20Is is because they don’t participate in IPL. Because of not playing IPL, our boys are down to earth and they want to play international cricket.
Pakistan cricket is set to target fantastic items in the long run as a result of the efforts made by Pakistan cricket administration.
The recent advancement made in this respect is Pakistan expanding invitation to England to come and perform with a show on home soil.