What foreign players say about experience of playing PSL in Pakistan?
ISLAMABAD - *England superstar pacer Chris Jordan, who toured Pakistan for the first time for Pakistan Super League (PSL), said Lahore and Karachi didn’t disappoint him.*
In an interview, Jordan said, “PSL was final was very different for me. Obviously I love winning and when I lose it is not a nice feeling.” The experience was unreal, said the 29-year-old, who was part of Peshawar Zalmi in the recently concluded PSL.
“I didn’t have any impact in the game with bat, ball or field. I just wanted to win the tournament for second time and do everything to get the trophy under the belt,” he added.
Praising Pakistani fans he said, “Everyone in Pakistan were so welcoming, so loud and passionate. Going to Pakistan for the first time and second time who do I expect, but Lahore and Karachi didn’t disappoint. They were amazing and they were awesome.”
“It was quite nice to see so many kids come out in support. They may have not seen an international player in their ground. We were high profile,” he said.
“Good cricket games being played in Pakistan and to see them come out in such a huge number was amazing, because they are the next generation, they are the future. So to see them come out and support and enjoy was exceptional,” Jordan added.