The UAE government allowed the remaining PSL 2021 to be held in Abu Dhabi

Sudev Haldar
3 years ago

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) government allowed the remaining matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2021 to be held in Abu Dhabi

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has got permission from the UAE government to organize the remaining matches of PSL 2021 in Abu Dhabi. The PCB issued a statement talking about the sixth season of the Pakistan Super League to be held in Abu Dhabi.

PSL 2021 was postponed in March this year due to the growing threat of coronavirus, after which it was rescheduled to be held in June this year.

The Pakistan Cricket Board, while sharing its information on its official website, said that the board will meet the credentials of all the six franchises of the league today, and will update them. Apart from this, everything else will also be finalized in this meeting.

The UAE government allowed the remaining PSL 2021 to be held in Abu Dhabi

PCB excited by green signal

Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan said, “We are excited about the latest development. We are happy that the obstacles that were in the remaining matches of PSL 6 in the event in Abu Dhabi have now been removed. Now all other things will be done well. “

The PCB also thanked the UAE government for their move. The PCB said, “We are thankful to the UAE government. We also thank the Emirates Cricket Board and the Abu Dhabi Sports Council for their support, due to which we were able to pave the way for further development of PSL 6. “

Final decision after meeting with team owners

Wasim Khan said that now he will try to finalize things and needs as soon as possible by talking with the team owners. He said that I also want to thank my staff for their cooperation in this. This is the result of their hard work during the holidays of Eid ul Fitr. The PCB CEO said that by organizing the remaining matches of PSL 6 in Abu Dhabi, fans will also get a chance to join it once again and they will be able to support their favorite players.

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