- Debate erupts over IPL and PSL
- Jason Roy withdrew his name at the last moment
England opener Jason Roy withdrew his name from the Indian Premier League on the previous day. Gujarat Titans had bought Jason Roy for Rs 2 crore, but citing Bio-bubble, Jason Roy has now withdrawn from the tournament at the last moment. After this a new debate has arisen as to which is better in the Indian Premier League and Pakistan Super League, as Roy participated in the Pakistan Super League.
After Jason Roy left the tournament, many Pakistan fans justified the decision. Pakistani fans wrote on Twitter that the quality of the Indian Premier League is not good, due to which Jason Roy is not participating in it. While he played the entire tournament of PSL. On social media, the fans of Pakistan and India were fighting over this issue.
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Usman Khawaja praises IPL
Meanwhile, Australia’s Usman Khawaja has praised the Indian Premier League. Usman Khawaja says that IPL is the strongest league in the world, there is no match between PSL and IPL. IPL is the only league where Indian players are playing and the whole world is coming to them. In such a situation, it proves to be the best league.
It is worth noting that it has been 14 years since the IPL started and from the very beginning all the best cricketers in the world have been playing in this league. At the same time, it has been 7 years for Pakistan Super League, where many cricketers of the world play but big faces are still missing. There are reasons for security in Pakistan, there is also a reason for money.
Whereas in India there is no such problem to participate in the Indian Premier League. The Indian team dominates the cricket world, in such a situation where Indian players are involved, cricket, fans everywhere increase the weight.
Why Jason Roy has left IPL?
Jason Roy recently took part in the Pakistan Super League, where he also scored a century. But now when it was the turn of the IPL, he decided to take a break. IPL will start from March 26, even after that, continuous matches will be played. Jason Roy has cited leaving IPL that he wants to spend time with his family, because he will not get a chance after that.
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— Jason Roy (@JasonRoy20) March 1, 2022
In the mega auction of IPL 2022, the base price of Jason Roy was Rs 2 crore, he was not bought by anyone. But later when his name came in the second round, then Gujarat Titans had attached him with them at the base price of 2 crores.
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