Australian cricketer Ben Chopping of the Karachi Kings has described the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as “second to none.”
The Karachi Kings chosen the 36-year-old for the PSL eight season. He has beforehand performed for Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators, making this his fourth season within the competitors.
When reporters requested what introduced him and his spouse to Pakistan many times, the Australian cricketer mentioned that it was “the people and the culture of Pakistan.”
“We love coming here. This is my fifth visit to Pakistan. I think it’s Erin’s fifth or sixth as well. So, we look forward to it every year. Coming back to the PSL and the country of Pakistan and the hospitality, the standard of cricket is awesome,” he mentioned.
“I’m really looking forward to getting back out there in front of the full house, wherever we play, whether it’s Karachi, Multan, now Lahore, Islamabad. It can be very exciting to roll out in front of a local crowd again,” the Australian cricketer added.
Speaking concerning the high quality of cricket within the PSL, Ben Chopping mentioned that the power of the competitors makes this league totally different from different leagues.
“A lot of guys that haven’t been here and played the PSL always ask me what it’s like and the quality of cricket is second to none. You know, every team has got three or four guys that bowl at 140/145. They’ve got excellent spinners and all batters can smack it out of the park. So, it’s always going to be difficult as a bowler you know taking on your caliber of batters,” he mentioned.
Talking about Karachi Kings’ power, he mentioned that the Kings have gotten loads of energy this 12 months with James Vince coming into the squad and Sharjeel can even smack it out of the park.