PSL 2022: PSL is ‘unique’ as far as I might be concerned, says PZ’s Liam Livingstone

“Its nice to be back in Pakistan,” says Liam Livingstone

Britain star all-rounder Liam Livingstone,


who is addressing Peshawar Zalmi in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), uncovered on Thursday that the PSL is a “extraordinary” competition for him.

Livingstone marked the PSL “a unique” competition for him, saying the PSL allowed him the opportunity to begin his establishment based cricket profession.
Livingstone, while discussing Peshawar Zalmi’s conflict with Multan Sultans the previous evening, said: “The PSL was my very first establishment competition, and it’s for sure an extraordinary one for me. It’s great to return to Pakistan.”
The 28-year-old joined Peshawar Zalmi in Lahore after the finish of England’s T20I series against the West Indies.
Liam Livingstone played his first match in the seventh release of the PSL against Multan Sultans yesterday.
The all-rounder was not up to his best against Multan Sultans at the Gaddafi Stadium the previous evening, scoring 24 runs in 16 balls prior to getting found out by Mohammad Rizwan. He additionally bowled four wicketless overs and offered 34 runs.

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