‘Welcome to Phadda Super League’ (PSL)

For the third time there is happening like  Phadda Super League, the Multan Sultans have made it to the Pakistan Super League championship game. And my, what a voyage it was. During their game against the Lahore Qalandars on Wednesday night, they had everyone captivated by their television sets. With more than five overs remaining, the blue (and green) shirts defeated the Qalandars by an incredible 84 runs.

Phadda Super League (PSL)

The surprising scoreline wasn’t the only factor that sent internet users into a frenzy over the game. The match was replete with heated moments but a face-off between the Qalandars’ Shaheen Shah Afridi and the Sultans’ Kieron Pollard had netizens happy that the PSL has finally ‘peaked’. After all, who doesn’t enjoy seeing drama and fights?

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A supporter of Shaheen praised him for having the guts to oppose a seasoned cricketer like Pollard, who was also awarded player of the game. Another supporter clarified that the West Indian wasn’t Bismillah Khan, who was fired immediately after an altercation with Shaheen on the pitch. To be honest, everyone should relax.

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The fight between Shaheen and Pollard wasn’t the only tense part of the evening. Cricket fans online cheered for the minor altercation that occurred between Rilee Rossouw and Fakhar Zaman. We’re talking about a “gentlemen’s game” here.

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Guys, there are other things happening in the nation right now. Does “Phadda Super League” really mean “PSL”? Some supporters concur. In the championship round is Multan. Who else do you believe will survive?

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