In his latest blog for PakPassion.net, former Pakistan captain Aamir Sohail writes about his impressions of the recently concluded fourth edition of the PSL, the improvements needed to make the tournament more beneficial for Pakistan cricket, what Mohammad Hasnain has to do to improve as a bowler and the measures that need to be taken to hold the tournament in its entirety in Pakistan in 2020.
7 Days of exhilirating cricket, as experienced by a passionate fan are encapsulated in this write-up of the recently concluded 2019 edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
After 32 days of action-packed cricket, the PSL ended in the City of Lights with the Quetta Gladiators triumphing over the Peshawar Zalmi. Despite Islamabad United’s two PSL titles, the Gladiators have been the most consistent team in the short history of the PSL. As we recap the PSL 4 it is a great time to recognize the reasons behind their success, while more prominent franchises continue to underachieve.
Pakistan seamer spoke about the experience of winning the PSL title with Quetta Gladiators, Mohammad Hasnain's rise and Pakistan's chances at the upcoming World Cup.
New Zealand batsman spoke about his stint with Karachi Kings at the PSL and his country's recent success in the Test and ODI formats.
England all-rounder spoke about his experience of playing in PSL 4, discussed the importance of T20 leagues and expressed his views on ECB's 100-ball tournament.
The fast-bowler spoke about his excellent current form, progress of Shaheen Shah Afridi, role of Azhar Mahmood in guiding bowlers in the Pakistan squad and his wish to play County Cricket.
A member of the PakPassion forums writes about what it takes to build a top-class international team.
In his latest article for SkySports, Saj explains why the increase in Pakistan Super League games to be played on home turf represents a key moment for the future of Pakistan cricket.
In an interview with Saj for Sky Sports, the South African batsman discussed South Africa's recent Test series loss to Sri Lanka, the 2019 World Cup and the experience of working alongside Karachi Kings' Head Coach Mickey Arthur.
In an interview with Saj for Sky Sports, the England pacer spoke about his experience of playing for Quetta Gladiators in PSL 2019.