PSL 2018

Cold Days and Cozy Nights

As the biggest tournament of Pakistan cricket festival is near and the hype has already started. This time PSL3 is bringing some surprises. This time there are 6 teams in the race. Karachi kings, Lahore Qalanders, Islamabad United, Quetta Gladiators, Peshawar Zalmi and the new comers, Multan Sultans. Teams will be finalized after the draft ceremony. Some big players have  switched the teams and due to this fans are also switching between their favorite teams and favorite players. International players in PSL are also supporting Pakistan in bringing cricket back . Pakistan has a strong cricketing heritage and keeps dishing out prominent players on the scene. For Pakistanis, cricket is not only a game but an emotion, and PSL is more like a national festival for Pakistanis. The people are crazy about it. Soon talks are going to be heard among people about their favorite team. Those cold nights and heat of match, warms the heart. As PSL days are coming near the excitement level is increasing by thinking that which team is going to win this time, friends are chattering about their favorite teams and teasing each other. Pakistan super league is the type in which cricket is not only watched by cricket lovers but almost by every individual of Pakistan from every age. The air during PSL is different it has excitement in it. Normal days have normal routine but during PSL we start a day with a cup of tea with dipped opinions in it and end it with cracks of wickets. PSL has the beauty to convert every easy match into a crucial one and during match they not only catch the ball ,they catch our drowning hearts. During PSL there are no brothers and sisters in the house but only kings, zalmies, gladiators, united’s, qalanders and sultans this time too.

The administrators are tweaking last year’s faults to ensure that everything is hunky dory with Lahore/Karachi set to host the PSL 2018 final. We wait for it till end of year and it comes at start of year but we love this start of every year.

Written By Aqsa Basharat.

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