The fourth edition of Pakistan Super League is to conclude today in the National Stadium of Karachi between Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi.
This is the first time in 4 years that foreign players would be playing the PSL matches in Pakistan and they are completely impressed with the arrangements made by the forces for making sure that full foolproof security is provided to all the players.
Phil Salt—a player of England who played for Islamabad United shared his picture while smiling with a soldier. He tweeted that great respect to the armed forces.
Ravi Bopara—another English Cricketer thanked the police of Pakistan for making them feel safe and secure.
Before he left Pakistan, he took it to Twitter and wrote that Pakistan should be proud of itself. He added that he wants to thank every soldier and police who made them feel safe during their stay. He further wrote that hospitality was at its best.
The security has been referred to as satisfactory by the foreign experts who reviewed the arrangements during the PSL matches in the National Stadium.
Murad Ali Shah—the chief minister was declared the man of the match for making the task of having 8 matches in Karachi possible by the Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman—Ehsan Mani.