Livingstone thinks level of cricket in PSL and IPL is quite similar


Karachi: English batsman Liam Livingstone has revealed that the level of cricket in Pakistan Super League (PSL) and IPL is quite similar.

The 26-year-old while speaking to a podcast said that the passion among fans in both the countries set them apart from other cricketing leagues.

“The fans, players, and supporters all live and breathe cricket, that’s what sets the PSL and IPL apart from the others,” Livingstone said.

He also added that it was great to play cricket in places like Multan where cricket was not being played for a long period of time and they support both the playing sides and not any particular team.

“It was great to play in places that hadn’t seen live cricket for a while, such as Multan, where the atmosphere was unbelievable. I think the stadium holds around 30,000 but I’m adamant there were about 50,000 there. They cheer for anything and don’t support any particular team,” he added.

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