Former Indian cricketer and present-day commentator Aakash Chopra recently took to social media to appreciate and commend the popularity of Pakistan Super League, putting forth a warm gesture of sportsmanship.
The former cricketer Aakash Chopra posted a Tweet praising PSL as the second biggest league in the world, and also added that the league of Australia and West Indies is far behind PSL.
#SA20 was such a lovely cricketing spectacle…packed houses. Good cricket. League has the potential to be the second best T20 league after the IPL. Currently, I feel it’s the PSL. Which incidentally is starting today too. BBL-CPL lagged behind.
— Aakash Chopra (@cricketaakash) February 13, 2023
Aakash Chopra wrote that he considers Pakistan Super League (PSL) to have the potential to become the second biggest league in the world after Indian Premier League (IPL).
In recent times, PSL has fast gained popularity around the world as international players have expressed their preference for it and have praised it. Earlier, Bangladeshi captain Shakib-ul-Hasan has also described Pakistan Super League as superior to his own country’s league. Prior to that, England player Alex Hales had preferred to play PSL 8 instead of touring Bangladesh and had joined the PSL franchise.