Although the corona is broken, Vakar says the entire PSL is a big hit

Pakistan Chief Cricket Coach Waqar Younis, current national team bowling coach Waqar Younis, has been a spectacular success despite the outbreak of HBL Pakistan Super League novel Coronavirus Kovid – which has reopened and closed.
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Vakar, who was part of the commentary panel for PSL V, formed a deadly fast bowling partnership with fellow stalwart Wasim Akram at the time of the S and the captain left for Pakistan.
In an exclusive interview with Dan on Sunday night, he clearly identified the entire show of the franchise-based league on home soil.
It is unfortunate that coronaviruses are interrupting everything around the world, and in our case, when the back end of the PSL hit at the wrong time, I should be very happy because there are so many positives, Vakar said during the final league round fixtures between the Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators at the National Stadium.
If I had to do full yoga, I think the whole PSL would be a big, big hit.
Everyone in and around it – the masses, the groundwater, the PCB hierarchy, the security guys, the army, the rangers and the police, everybody, our Prime Minister Imran Khan – is a big round of applause because as we all know, this year in Pakistan The Prime Minister said last year that this was going to happen and it was a success Continues.
I’m very happy.
Asked if the PCB should go ahead in the final week of PSL matches, Waqar said that almost all sports programs around the world were closed: in fact things around the world are not good and probably many foreign players have left Pakistan and rightly so, because the shoulder doesn’t even ask them to stay here.
But I think things are not that bad here compared to the rest of the world, so I think we can play the rest of the matches.
It is not advisable to play these matches behind closed doors or look good on television.
I believe this is a lot for cricket and teams.
Now is the stage where we are all trying to roll with semi-finals and finals instead of just sticking with the qualifiers, the two eliminators and then the original plans to play the finals.
On the other hand, the people are very distressed by the distance.
What can one do because they have taken steps to protect their people.
The situation that we are all holding at the moment is a natural disaster, which is a major setback for not only Pakistan but the entire world as all sports activities are halted.
It’s a lockup time with everyone who lives at home.
Next year or next year, I’m sure the PSL will grow bigger.
Personally I haven’t seen the schedule for PSL V though they have been complaining about the schedule of some teams but I am hoping that next time things will be better because I have heard that the Quetta Gladiators are tight according to schedule.
And practice and practice.
I’m sure the PCB people will look into this and give every team a fair chance when the next PSL happens.
Waqar paid tribute to the crowd at the stadium until the remaining matches were decided to be kept behind closed doors.
I really enjoyed the PSL from my point of view, and honestly, I didn’t think the PSL would be big about it.
The reaction of the audience in Karachi, Rawalpindi, Multan and Lahore was very thrilling to me.
This is something that everyone should understand, because precautionary measures are absolutely necessary under current circumstances.

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