PSL opening ceremony on January 27!
CRICDOT DESK : The 2022 edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is approaching us and fans can’t stay calm. The Gala T20 Tournament will begin on January 27th with a match between Karachi and Lahore. However, in response to the latest developments, the Pakistan Cricket Commission (PCB) has decided not to hold an opening ceremony before the seventh season.
In previous editions of the tournament, cultural activities took place on the eve of the opening match. However, that will not happen at the 2022 Games. This decision was reportedly made due to the situation of COVID 19 and logistical support issues. However, there is a short ceremony where PCB President Ramiz Raja will address players and fans.
Meanwhile, this important report was made by Cricket Pakistan. It should be noted that prior to PSL 6, there was no opening ceremony. Instead, due to the same concerns this time around, the event was filmed in Istanbul, Turkey. For the opening ceremonies of the other PSL seasons, the first four ceremonies were held at the Dubai International Stadium and the 2020 opening ceremony was held at the Karachi National Stadium. Multan Sultans swords with Karachi Kings in the first match.
There are no major events ahead of the tournament, but cricket fans will take part in some fascinating 22-yard battles during the tournament. Defending champion Multan Sultans will sword with Karachi Kings in the first game at the National Stadium in Lahore. Meanwhile, it is also known that this season’s official national anthem will be released on January 20th or 21st. PCB officials are considering holding a program on this.
Meanwhile, in PSL 2022, some local stars team up with international greats to cross the line. Pakistan’s T20I team has become more and more powerful in recent years, and PSL has to be praised for producing talented cricket players from time to time. At the T20 World Cup in Australia this year, PCBs want the rise of more talented cricketers. South African players, on the other hand, will not participate in the competition because the National Olympic Committee has not granted NOC.