Stirling hopes to play for Islamabad United in next PSL

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Stirling hopes to play for Islamabad United in next PSL 

After a successful season with Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League, Irish batsman Paul Stirling hopes to be back with the team next year. So, Stirling was signed by Islamabad United as a substitute player for the sixth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in 2021. Therefore, the following year, he was signed again in the silver category. Alex Hales and he worked well together to start the show. After the Karachi leg of the tournament, Stirling was called up for national duty. Also, he had 187 runs in five innings, including two 50s, but had to leave the tournament early. Plus, When Lahore Qalandars beat him in an eliminator match, he went back to the team and played for them again.

“Thus, I really enjoyed my time in PSL. Twice, I was there with Islamabad United and had a very good time on both occasions. Loved the place and love the hospitality, so hopefully, I will get back over there again,” the Irish batter told.

“So, I appreciate all their (Islamabad United fans) support they were brilliant. I’ve really felt the sort of a family vibe with Islamabad fans. Thus, I’m hoping to join them (fans) sometime in the future,” said Stirling.

“Lovely pitch and a great ground to score some runs on. You walk to every game individually and try to do your plans. It came off today as my innings. It was my night and was a fantastic win at the end,” said the Irish.

“It’s just the first game and there are so many more games to come. I think we will assess the situation more in a couple of weeks’ time and see where we are after six games and see if we are still in the same position,” said Stirling.

Stirling hopes to play for Islamabad United in next PSL

Gulfishaa Avaan

Gulfishaa Avaan

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