England star all-rounder Liam Livingstone, who is representing Peshawar Zalmi within the Pakistan Tremendous League (PSL), revealed on Thursday that the PSL is a “special” event for him.
Livingstone labelled the PSL “a special” event for him, saying the PSL gave him the prospect to begin his franchise-based cricket profession.
Livingstone, whereas speaking about Peshawar Zalmi’s conflict with Multan Sultans final night time, stated: “The PSL was my first ever franchise tournament, and it’s indeed a special one for me. It’s nice to come back to Pakistan.”
The 28-year-old joined Peshawar Zalmi in Lahore after the conclusion of England’s T20I sequence in opposition to the West Indies.
Liam Livingstone performed his first match within the seventh version of the PSL in opposition to Multan Sultans yesterday.
The all-rounder was not up to his finest in opposition to Multan Sultans on the Gaddafi Stadium final night time, scoring 24 runs in 16 balls earlier than getting caught out by Mohammad Rizwan. He additionally bowled 4 wicketless overs and gave away 34 runs.