The HBL Pakistan Super League has proven to be a fantastic platform for cricketers from all over the world to ply their trade since its establishment in 2016.
The international contingent of cricketers in subsequent HBL PSL seasons have made it no secret of their enthusiasm for the young local talent, and they have greatly appreciated the Pakistani culture since the league’s homecoming in 2020, according to a PCB statement released on Monday.
These overseas players have risen as Pakistan’s ambassadors after having time in the country and seeing the country’s friendliness.
The forthcoming HBL PSL 7, which begins on Thursday at the National Stadium, will provide another opportunity for cricketers from across the world to learn about Pakistani food, music, and other cultural aspects.
They’re also enthusiastic about the possibilities.
“I am ecstatic to be visiting Pakistan. It will be my second visit to Pakistan, and I am excited to sample the cuisine and learn more about the culture. I’m ecstatic to be given another chance to represent Multan Sultans, and I’m looking forward to doing great things for them. “It feels amazing to be back with my teammates, and I’m excited to defeat some of them in Fifa,” West Indies wicketkeeper/batsman Johnson Charles remarked.
“The HBL PSL is a pretty high-quality league,” England opener Alex Hales remarked. The competition is exceptionally competitive since the caliber of local players, particularly bowlers, is extremely good. You never know who will win in this league.
“I’ve enjoyed being a member of the HBL PSL in the past,” Lewis Gregory of England stated. You can see some genuine talent on display. I’m looking forward to being a member of the Karachi Kings family, getting to know the team, and continuing to make memories during the season.”