Pakistan Premier League or PSL is about to begin its 7th season on 27th January 2022, know about the winners list of all the seasons and the winning prize money distribution
PSL is a franchisee T-20 league in Pakistan where six teams compete to win the title.
PSL had to cross numerous hurdles before its first season kicked off in 2016. However, its conduct has been very smooth since then and it has been quite a spectacle for the cricket fans.
We will look at winners of PSL, prize money, most run-getters, most wicket-takers, and man of the series for each previous season of PSL.
List Of Previous PSL Winners And 2022 Winning Prize Money
PSL’s stocks have been rising slowly but surely. In the 2021 season, winners Multan Sultans were awarded 80 million PKR and runner-ups Peshawar Zalmi earned 35 million PKR.
For the upcoming season, the champion side will get 90 million PKR and the second-placed team will earn 40 PKR. Player of the Tournament, PKR 3 million best bowler PKR 8,00,000 and the best batsman also PKR 8,00,000. Best fielder PKR 8,00,000 and best wicket-keeper is also given PKR 8,00,000.
PSL Most Runs: List Of Highest Run Scorer Till Date
|Season||Top Scorer||Runs||Matches||Average||Strike Rate|
Pakistan Super League Most Wickets: Highest Wicket Taker In Previous Seasons
|Season||Most Wickets||Wickets||Matches||Average||Strike Rate|
Following Is The List Of Man Of The Series Of Each Season Of PSL
|2016||Ravi Bopara||329 runs and 11 wickets|
|2017||Kamran Akmal||353 runs|
|2018||Luke Ronchi||435 runs|
|2019||Shane Watson||430 runs|
|2020||Babar Azam||473 runs|
|2021||Sohaib Maqsood||428 runs|
Pakistan displayed some scintillating performances in the recently finished ICC T-20 World Cup in the Arab Emirates. They not only defeated India but also reached the semifinals where they were beaten by mighty Aussies.
PSL has surely been the vital cog for the development of cricket in Pakistan. With the next T-20 world cup not too far away from now, everyone will now have a keen eye on the Pakistan Super League.
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