The fourth season of Pakistan Super League may have ended but it has assured the Cricket World that the country is a safe haven for the Sport, as foreign players and coaches went back after having a great time. They took back lots of love from the country and through Social Media shared their views and best wishes for Pakistan Cricket.
Saying farewell to a few of the main men @TeamQuetta. It has been such an amazing 5 weeks or so with my time in Karachi being the absolute highlight. What a way to finish things off last… https://t.co/kLLEvmdcbG
— Shane Watson (@ShaneRWatson33) March 18, 2019
Man of the Series Shane Watson’s tweet showed how amazing his experience was this time around with Quetta Gladiators. He emphasized on the stay in Karachi, which he enjoyed thoroughly mostly because he ended up lifting the trophy for the first time.
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.. pic.twitter.com/g8RZDTsjVt
— DS88 (@darensammy88) March 18, 2019
Former West Indian skipper and second-time runner up for Peshawar Zalmi Darren Sammy reminds us that he will be back again next year as the atmosphere in Karachi is hard to resist.
Always disappointing to lose in a final but big congrats to @TeamQuetta, best team on the day. Thank you to everybody in Karachi for the tremendous support and to @PeshawarZalmi for welcoming me into their family. 🙏🏾. pic.twitter.com/ZV3v1Jk6Kc
— Tymal Mills (@tmills15) March 17, 2019
Tymal Mills may have ended on the losing side but he congratulated the winning team and thanked Karachi for stupendous support.
Thanks Pakistan🇵🇰! Loved my 2019 @thePSLt20 journey. Amazing hospitality & time with my @PeshawarZalmi family! Tonight wasn’t our night & well played to @TeamQuetta! Thanks @JAfridi10, Mo, @darensammy88 & the entire Zalmi staff & supporters! Now home to see my girls 💗#HumZalmi
— Wayne Madsen (@waynemadders77) March 17, 2019
Wayne Madsen shared his views on the amazing hospitality by the people of Pakistan and also congratulated team Quetta for an impressive show.
— Liam Dawson (@daws128) March 17, 2019
English Cricketer Liam Dawson also shared the disappointment of not winning the cup but thanked Karachi fans for showing so much support.
About to leave Karachi for home, thank you very much to everybody in Pakistan and @IsbUnited for an incredible experience, was amazing visiting your beautiful country. Hope to be back soon. #UnitedWeWin pic.twitter.com/rHbZ25SExV
— Wayne Parnell (@WayneParnell) March 16, 2019
And then there was the South African Muslim Cricketer Wayne Parnell who hoped to be back soon next year, and we are waiting for his return too!