Bad news for Pakistani fans cricket before PSL starts
Bad news for Pakistani fans cricket before the start of the PSL, South African fast bowler Dale Steyn’s participation in the tournament was questioned. According to details, before the start of the Pakistan Super League, a bad news has come out for Pakistani fans cricket and Islamabad United team. It has been reported that South Africa’s fast bowler Dale Steyn, who is part of Pakistan Super League 2-time champions Islamabad United, may not be able to attend the tournament due to his national team engagement.
The 36-year-old Dale Steyn has returned to the South African T20 team after being released from injury and is currently busy playing the series against England.
Soon after the series ends with England, South Africa will also play a Twenty20 series against Australia, which concludes on February 26. The South African team is also scheduled to visit India in March.
Due to Rutgers’ busy schedule, Dale Steyn’s participation in the Pakistan Super League has been questioned. Unfortunately, the series against South Africa’s England, Australia and India dates back to the time when the Pakistan Super League started. It has been reported that Islamabad United have contacted Dale Steyn in all this situation so that they can clarify whether their participation in the Pakistan Super League will be possible.
There are only a few days left to start. The tournament will start in Karachi from February 20. The Quetta Gladiators will defend the title this time, as this is the first time that all Pakistan Super League matches are being held in Pakistan.