PSL awed West Indian cricketer

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PSL awed West Indian cricketer
PSL awed West Indian cricketer
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Despite being less popular than its Indian counterpart, global cricketers have praised the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as one of the most competitive leagues in the world.
Johnson Charles, a West Indian cricketer with the Multan Sultans, revealed in an exclusive interview that he is looking forward to scoring runs against challenging bowling in the PSL.
“I’m very excited for the tournament to start. It’s one of the best tournaments right now. So, I’m really looking forward to it and to take on the challenge. And to have fun with the Multan Sultans family,” the 33-year-old cricketer from Saint Lucia said.
“It is one of the toughest tournaments in terms of facing bowlers, they have an asset of the best bowlers in the world. So as a batsman, if you can perform in this tournament, then you could count yourself as being good enough, (because the quality of bowlers in PSL, Pakistan was very difficult to score.) So, I’m definitely looking to come out and score some runs for the Multan family and also against Pakistani bowlers,” the top-order batter said while hoping for his side to defend the title.
When asked about his goals in the tournament, Charles said that he wants to be among the top scorers of the league.
The West Indian cricketer said that he was looking forward to seeing the beauty of Pakistan but the pandemic has confined him to a bio-secure bubble and he’s unable to go out.
“It’s disappointing that I can’t really go out to see the beauty of Pakistan, that’s one thing I was really looking forward to, but that’s just how it is. So, we just have to do what we have to do and make the PSL successful,” he said.

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