Former South African captain Faf du Plessis believes that playing big T20 leagues around the world is a big threat to international cricket. Du Plessis said managers need to strike a balance between league and international cricket. Du Plessis said before the start of the Pakistan Super League, T20 leagues are a threat to international cricket. The league’s strength is increasing year by year and initially there were only two leagues worldwide and now there are four, five, six, seven leagues in a year. The league is getting stronger.
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“I think it’s important to try to see how you two can coexist in the future because it may be an option in the future and then international cricket is in real danger,” he said. Plessis recently came to light when he called PSL better than IPL in one case. He said, ‘PSL is different in terms of quality of fast bowlers. But IPL has always produced a good collection of spinners. The pace standard is pretty good in PSL. One of the things that impressed me most about the tourney was fast bowling.
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He said, ‘I come from a country like South Africa where you face a lot of speed. I was surprised to see that there are many bowlers who bowl at a speed of 140 km / h. I would say that you have a great variety of spin bowlers in India. I think PSL’s a real gem of pace. Let’s just say that the sixth season of the PSL is starting again in the UAE starting June 9.