We Are In Love With How These Foreign PSL Players Wished Us All Pakistan Day Today!

We Are In Love With How These Foreign PSL Players Wished Us All Pakistan Day Today!

This year’s Pakistan Super League was a thrilling experience for Pakistanis. Not only did we see an entertaining tournament, we also witnessed the revival of international cricket on our home-ground. Regardless of how people may put in their words in terms of saying which international cricketer was worth appraisal and otherwise, many of Pakistan cricket fans are just happy we got to see an action-packed tournament with the final organized in our country.

While PSL might have ended, a number of foreign players who participated in the league continue sharing their love for Pakistan.

West Indies player Marlon Samuels said he wishes to join Pakistan Army one day in this video:

“For me it’s more than just coming to Pakistan to a play a game of cricket, it is the significance and success of the team and smiles on the faces of the people that are sad.I am a Pakistani at heart and that it is why it didn’t take me long to decide to come to Pakistan [to play the PSL final].”

Oh and our favorite Grant Elliott tweeted something here too:

And winning side captain Daren Sammy stays in touch with his Pakistani fans as well:

And with his teammates too!

In addition to all this attachment we had with our players, seems like they value us equally. Today marks a very special day in the history of Pakistan. 23rd March, the Revolution Day of Pakistan is celebrated in full-swing by Pakistanis all around the world. Amidst our high patriotism and celebration, PSL foreign players also wished us on this very day!

Here’s English Player Dawid Malan Who Played For Peshawar Zalmi Wishing Us

Then We Have Islamabad United’s Steven Finn!

Followed By The Dil-Dil Pakistan Sam Billing

Here’s West Indies Samuel Badree

And This Collaborative Video Released By Islamabad United!

PSL might have ended but we are glad to see how these players wish us the same way we do. Here’s to hoping next year will bring more patriotism!

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