South African fast bowler Dale Steyn has said that Pakistan Super League is much better than IPL.
In an interview with Cricket Pakistan on Tuesday, Dale Steyn said: “He has withdrawn from the IPL, the most expensive league in the world. PL) has found much better.
Dale Steyn, who is part of the Quetta Gladiators, quoted the IPL as saying, “Putting too much emphasis on the financial side of the IPL means that cricket is forgotten.””The reason for not playing in the IPL this year is because of its long duration,” the South African fast bowler said.
“When you go to the IPL, there are so many big squads and so many big names. Goes. ‘”Cricket is important here,” he said, praising the PSL and the LPL.
Dale Steyn has praised Pakistan for consistently producing the best fast bowlers, while he has also praised Shaheen Shah Afridi and Haris Rauf.
Referring to both the Pakistani fast bowlers, he said, “I spoke to Shaheen Shah Afridi last year, who was brilliant, while Harris Rauf was with me in the Melbourne Star. I am very impressed with him.”
Dale Steyn also praised Pakistan cricket team captain Babar Azam in an interview.
Referring to Babar Azam, he said, “He is a great player and getting him out or bowling him is a great opportunity.”
Dale Steyn is thought to have retired from international cricket. He is considered one of the best fast bowlers in the history of Test cricket and has taken 439 Test wickets.