Zimbabwean all-rounder says PSL is a very tightly fought competition
KARACHI: Zimbabwean all-rounder Sikandar Raza Butt, who is a part of Pakistan Supre League (PSL) franchise Lahore Qalandars, termed PSL the exceptional league he has played in thus far.
He said that the Shaheen Shah Afridi-led Lahore Qalandars will must play higher cricket than final year to protect the title.
In an interview with The News in Karachi on Wednesday, Butt said that the PSL is a very tightly fought opposition. He stated that the inaugural game was received by means of best one run, and the second one by runs.
“What could be a harder opposition than this? Such matches are beneficial for the league,” he added.
The Sialkot-born Zimbabwean megastar, who represented Karachi Kings in 2018, said he is happy to be part of Qalandars. It feels correct to come back to Pakistan to play cricket due to the fact players are sorted here, Butt stated.
To a query, he said that the excellent of the PSL is the high-quality amongst all the leagues he has played up to now. He stated he has not played the Indian Premier League (IPL) so far, but the international believes that PSL is some of the fine cricket leagues.
When asked about his private dreams for this season, he stated that he will maintain his personal dreams to himself. However, he’s going to definitely try to make Lahore champions all over again by using enjoyable anything responsibility he receives, with integrity.
Butt said that he’s glad about the placement he’s getting in Zimbabwe because of his game, however on the identical time, he also feels the responsibility to ship a great message to younger human beings.
He stated that 2022 changed into an amazing yr for him, and he prays that 2023 is an excellent higher one.