There have been a lot of discussions on the truncated Pakistan Super League (PSL) after it was postponed earlier in February. Just a day after the tournament was said to be “postponed indefinitely”, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) recently confirmed that it will get underway as scheduled. However, the remainder of the tournament will now be played in Abu Dhabi as the government has agreed to host all games.
Remainder PSL 6 to be held in Abu Dhabi from June 1
The Abu Dhabi government has given green light to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on the resumption of the truncated edition of PSL. However, the UAE has asked PCB to vaccinate all the players, who will be a part of the tournament. The board has reportedly agreed to all the terms laid down by the authorities.
Check out how Twitterati reacted to the announcement:
— NAQI HUSSAIN🏆🎉🎊🏏 (@Naqi_786) May 20, 2021
One day off next day on #psl6 at its best😁😁
— olliver-giroud (@daddyhereson) May 20, 2021
— Ghulam-e-Haider🖤 (@Haideri_Tweets) May 20, 2021
— Greyynite🇵🇸 (@Sarr_Dardd) May 20, 2021
Massive turnaround. PCB gets green light from Abu Dhabi authorities for #PSL6 resumption. BIG win for the management for pulling this out anyway from nothing to everything now. Best! https://t.co/CkYCDfvPw2
— Umar Farooq Kalson (@kalson) May 20, 2021
While it is officially ON but time to ask what is really up with some senior journalists? How can they report that PSL being 'postponed' again yesterday while it was clearly not the case? 🤨
— Azeem Siddiqui (@aze3msiddiqui) May 20, 2021
Inspired by @nassercricket and Pakistan Cricket 🤣
— Zuhaib Khan Yousafzai 🇵🇰 (@Zohaibby) May 20, 2021
— Moosa 🇵🇰 (@Moosahmed03) May 20, 2021