Umar Akmal mixes up in PSL promotion video says next IPL in Pakistan | Pakistani cricketers do not have the permissions to play in IPL, yet their hearts and minds are shadowed by this tournament. - Online Betting Guides
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Umar Akmal mixes up in PSL promotion video says next IPL in Pakistan | Pakistani cricketers do not have the permissions to play in IPL, yet their hearts and minds are shadowed by this tournament.

                                                                
                            Sports desk In the Indian Premier League, even if Pakistani players do not get the chance to play, but in their mind and heart, this tournament is shadowed somewhere. It was noticed recently when the Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal slipped and the IPL got out of his mouth. Akmal, who played for the team of 'Quetta Gladiator' team in the Pakistan Super League, was recently promoting PSL to social media through a video. During this time, this big mistake was made to him. Although he immediately realized his mistake and he also corrected him, but his mistake became viral on social media.

Umar Akmal was wrong …

In this video being viral on social media, Akmal is saying, "Obviously Quetta's team is Karachi's mother and we are playing in our home ground and every team will support whatever the crowd … our team It will perform well and all the teams will continue to support the crowds like this, then Insha Allah lock … then that time is not far away, the next IPL … Oh sorry PSL will be here. '
– After 26 matches have been played in UAE (United Arab Emirates) now Pakistan will be in Pakistan against the Super League (PSL). Three of the eight matches played in Pakistan were to be held in Lahore, which has now been shifted to Karachi.

Subhan Allah … pic.twitter.com/kjHzIz4yxO
– Taimoor Zaman (@taimoor_ze) 9 March 2019
                                    
                                                            

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