PSL remembers victims of Christchurch in silence
The entire cricket world is shocked by the incident in Christchurch in New Zealand. Critics of touring Bangladesh team have survived a little for the series of abusive attacks. But al-Nour mosque has killed 49 people dead in the entire world of cricket. Pakistan's Super League – PSL has come down the shadow of mourning. One minute silence was observed in PSL's second Eliminator match on Friday night in memory of the victims of Christchurch.
In the Eliminator match of PSL, Islamabad United and Peshawar Jalmi were confronted yesterday night. Before starting the match at the Karachi National Stadium, two groups of players have played one minute silence in remembrance of the victims of Christchurch. Two team players and coaching staff members were present in the field.
Along with this, the black arm band in the entire match, after mourning the casualties, the cricketers of the two teams were in the field. The criticism of the commentators throughout the match was going on roundly to the horrific attacks of Christchurch and the survival of the Bangladesh team's cricketers.
Peshawar Junkie has confirmed the final by defeating Islamabad by 48 runs in Dhaka on Saturday. Peshawar scored 214 runs for five wickets in 20 overs. In reply, Islamabad could take 166 runs without losing nine wickets.