Former Test captain Younis Khan praised the Pakistan Super League (PSL) for providing ample opportunities to the domestic players which boosted the morale of the budding cricketers in the country.
Khan while talking to the ARY News said that PSL has given Pakistan’s cricket a new identity and served in many causes for the country.
“We all know what sort of role PSL has played in highlighting the young talented cricketers of Pakistan,” he said.
To a query about bowling strategy in the UAE conditions, Khan said that in the shortest format of the game variations are key to success.
“You need to be very clear when bowling here as variety works and help you do well,” said Khan who is confident about his team Peshawar Zalmi to perform strongly in the upcoming episode of the only cricketing league of Pakistan.
Khan praised the ARY Network for running a campaign “Maidan Sajana Hai” with an aim to fill the grounds in the UAE. He said that PSL has pulled the huge attraction of the Pakistani community in Dubai.
“It will be more good if local people in the UAE come and support PSL,” said Younis who positive for the complete return of PSL to Pakistan.
Younis had represented Pakistan in 118 Test scoring 10099 runs at an average of 52.05. He also played 265 ODIs for Pakistan. Younis led Pakistan team to T20 World Cup triumph back in 2009 in England and Wales.