Thursday, May 30, 2024

Ramiz Raja announces to Hold PSL matches in Multan, Peshawar, Quetta.

Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ramiz Raja has announced that the next edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be held in Multan, Peshawar, and Quetta.

Raja offered glowing tribute to Pakistan cricket fans in a statement, crediting them for the amazing success of the Pakistan Super League 7, which concluded on Sunday with Lahore Qalandars winning their maiden title at the Gaddafi Stadium.

“There is no doubt that the Pakistan Super League 7 has been a fantastic success, and this is partly owing to the fact that we had amazing crowds, both in Karachi and Lahore,” said PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja. I have never seen such charged-up, overpowering, energetic, active, and supporting crowds in my professional existence, especially in Lahore.”

“On behalf of the Pakistan Cricket Board, I appreciate all the fans who passed the turnstiles to not only play a key role in the success of PSL 7, but also to represent Pakistan as a cricket-passionate country through our high-definition production.”

Raja congratulated the sponsors, players, franchises, medical team, law enforcement agencies, local and temporary administrations, commentators, crew members, and ground personnel for their tireless efforts, as well as the millions of people who watched the HBL PSL on television across the world.

“PSL 7 profits increased by 71 percent, the highest in the league’s history, with each team earning over PKR900 million, the highest in HBL PSL history, and this before the first ball was bowled.” For next year, we hope to bring the league to the homes of all franchises and expand its fan base.”

Earlier, during the PSL 7 concluding ceremony on Sunday, Raja announced plans to expand PSL match venues to additional cities across the country. “We will take the PSL to Quetta, Peshawar, Multan, and other parts of the country, and the world will see the true buzz,” he stated. “We will also play matches in Multan and Peshawar next year,” he added.

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