‘Fast bowling makes PSL apart from other leagues’ Faf du Plessis

Karachi: Former South African captain Faf du Plessis reiterated that the fast bowlers in Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six make the tournament stands out from other franchise leagues in the world.
The 36-year-old Du Plessis talked with reporters from Abu Dhabi ahead of the resumption of PSL 6. He revealed that he was blown away by the fact that every team has three genuine pacers.
“The difference I see in PSL compare to other leagues is the amount of fast bowlers that are there. Fast bowling is obviously part of the culture of Pakistan,” he said.
Meanwhile, the star batsman is happy to be back in PSL. He will be representing Quetta Gladiators in the remaining matches of PSL 6.
“It’s great to be back, to be part of PSL, even in a different country. We [Gladiators] have found ourselves in a position, we didn’t like to be but we won a game last time [in Karachi].
It must be noted that PSL 6 will resume from June 9 at Sheikh Zayed International Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

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