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International players bid farewell to Pakistan after successful PSL 4

Quetta Gladiators have been crowned the champion of Pakistan Super League’s fourth edition, the international players who came to Pakistan for the final leg of PSL  have bid their farewell as the tournament has successfully concluded.

The Australian all-rounder Shane Watson took to Instagram after his team won the tournament, bidding farewell to the Pakistani team players in a warm note, expressing his delight for having played cricket in Karachi.


Peshawar Zalmi captain, Darren Sammy took to Twitter saying, “Pakistan I’ll be back. thank you for all the love and support… Karachi was electric one of the best atmospheres I’ve played in. Great place to play cricket”.

Sir Vivian Richards has also thanked the cricket fans in Pakistan for their love and hospitability. The cricket legend who is the team mentor of Quetta Gladiator in PSL has shared a video message for his fans.

English cricketer, Max Waller, who played for Quetta Gladiators in PSL4 is delighted with his visit to Pakistan. He also took to Twitter, writing his gratitude for Karachi and Pakistani cricket fans.

“Can’t thank these guys enough for their ability to make everyone feel safe during our time in the PSL & especially in Karachi. Pakistan is a special place who’s people are extremely passionate about the game of cricket and deserve to play this great sport in their own country!”, wrote Waller.

For the first time in four years, international cricketers played in the PSL matches in the country and were fully impressed with the arrangements made by the Pakistani forces who ensured foolproof security to all the players.

Karachi Kings’ Ravi Bopara is in all praises for Pakistan for the successful event. He took to twitter sharing his thoughts for PSL 4 Pakistan’s leg, even though his team could not make up to the final.

South African cricketer, Cameron Delport who represented Islamabad United for PSL4 also took to social media sharing his sentiments after playing in Pakistan.


Erin Holland, the presenter for the PSL4 event has also shared a goodbye note on twitter.

Saman Siddiqui

I am a freelance journalist, holding a Master’s Degree in Mass Communication and an MS in Peace and Conflict Studies, associated with the electronic media industry since 2006 in various capacities. Here at OyeYeah, I cover a range of genres, from journalism to fiction to fashion, including reviews, and fact findings. 

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