Will Ali Sethi sing PSL 2023 anthem?
Najam Sethi, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Management Committee, announced on Friday that his son Ali Sethi will not be singing the PSL anthem because he did not want to get engaged in a “controversy.”
I’m sorry Ali can’t perform the national anthem. Sethi told media in Lahore that Ali is “also concerned about this” as he announced the PSL 8 schedule.
When I can’t be there to sing the national anthem, we’ll have Ali Sethi do it. In order to fully comprehend my stance, you must do so. The head of PCB has stated, “I don’t want to be embroiled in any debate concerning conflict of interest.”
As for Sethi’s prediction, he thinks season eight of the PSL will be the best yet.
“I am glad to formally confirm the schedule of the PSL 8,” Sethi said. “This will allow the Pakistan Cricket Board and the six teams to start firming up and finalising their separate event plans and objectives.”
To to the PCB: “The PSL 8 will be a big event for the PCB, taking place at the four classic stadiums with the world’s best T20 cricketers in action. With the ultimate goal of making it the first-choice event for top T20 cricketers, we plan to make the PSL larger, better, and stronger than ever before.
All six teams have a lot to play for in PSL 8. Islamabad United hopes to win their third title and become the most successful team, while Lahore Qalandars looks to become the first side to win back-to-back titles, and the other four clubs look to get their hands on the glistening silverware for the second time. As a result, the entire 34-game tournament should be a lot of fun.
From February 13th through March 19th, PSL 8 matches will be contested in Karachi, Multan, Lahore, and Rawalpindi.