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PSL 7 | Foreign players overwhelmed to be in Pakistan
It’s time for PSL 7 to kick off for one of the most awaited tournaments, the Seventh Edition of Pakistan Super League 2022. Many players across the border, honored Pakistan with their presence in the PSL 7. All the foreign players are very excited to be a part of this game that is to be commenced from 27th January 2022. Readout what the players have to say about it.
Alex Hales ( Islamabad United)
English cricketer Alex Hales said: “I am looking forward to joining Islamabad United again in this edition. I played my first PSL 7 match in Pakistan for Islamabad United back in the fourth edition. Conditions in Pakistan are really good, and I enjoy the ball coming onto the bat. These are very different conditions to other Asian venues.”
Johnson Charles (Multan Sultans)
West Indies player Johnson Charles said: “I am very excited to be touring Pakistan. It will be my second time in Pakistan and I am looking forward to sampling the cuisine and seeing the culture.
“I am extremely excited to be afforded another opportunity to represent Multan Sultans and looking forward to doing great things for them. It is a great feeling to be joining my teammates and I am looking forward to beating some of them in Fifa.”
Chris Jordan (Karachi Kings)
“I am excited to be back with Karachi Kings. It is a great bunch and the last time we were together, we won it all. I am looking forward to another great showing and being able to do my part in getting back to the top,” English cricketer Chris Jordan added.
Lewis Gregory (Karachi Kings)
English cricketer Lewis Gregory said: “I have liked being a part of the PSL 7 in the past. You see some real talent being showcased. I am looking forward to being part of the Karachi Kings family now, getting to know the crew, and going deep into the season and making memories.”
Rilee Rossouw (Multan Sultans)
South African cricketer Rilee Rossouw said: “I have great memories of playing in the PSL. Every year, I have had great teammates, and hopefully, this time will not be different. Also, it is one of the highly competitive tournaments and it is very close to my heart.”
“So, it is special to get the opportunity to defend the title and to be in the same dressing room. Thus, it is a challenge I am looking forward to and I am really looking forward to this season. We have got a fantastic bunch of cricketers, led by a very good leader.”
Colin Munro (Islamabad United)
“I am looking forward to another season in Pakistan,” South-African born New Zealand international cricketer Colin Munro said.
He said: “The fans are some of the most passionate and knowledgeable in cricket. I always enjoy playing in Pakistan conditions, the pitches are good, the atmosphere is amazing and above all the hospitality is unmatched.”
“I absolutely love playing for Islamabad United. The team truly is built like a family and it is one of the best dressing rooms I have been a part of.”
He further added: “We have a good mixture of overseas pros and young Pakistani talent, and Shadab Khan is a wonderful captain to play under. His understanding of the game is second to none.
“The way he takes care of youngsters is exemplary. One of the roles I play with younger guys is to mentor them and teach them about pressures of the league and international cricket.”