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PSL 8: Season eight began with glittering ‘opening ceremony’ at Multan Cricket Stadium

PSL 8: Season eight began with glittering ‘opening ceremony’ at Multan Cricket Stadium

PSL 8: Season eight began with glittering ‘opening ceremony’ at Multan Cricket Stadium

PSL 8: Season eight began with glittering ‘opening ceremony’ at Multan Cricket Stadium

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  • PSL 8 kicked off today at Multan Cricket Stadium with a glitzy opening ceremony.
  • PSL 8 anthem was sung by Abdullah Siddiqui, Asim Azhar, Faris Shafi, and Shae Gill.
  • Sahir Ali Bagga and Aima Baig provided performances for the spectators.
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Eighth season of the Pakistan Super League kicked off today at the Multan Cricket Stadium with a glitzy opening ceremony (Monday).

The PSL 8 anthem was sung by Abdullah Siddiqui, Asim Azhar, Faris Shafi, and Shae Gill during performances for cricket fans in Multan and throughout the world, who witnessed magnificent performances by a variety of performers.

Sahir Ali Bagga, a well-known music composer, and Aima Baig, a skilled singer, completed the lineup and provided performances for the spectators.

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Quetta and Peshawar will also host PSL matches in 2024, according to Najam Sethi, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Management Committee, who spoke during the occasion.

The opening match of the tournament will have the 2021 champion Multan Sultans taking on the reigning champion Lahore Qalandars. The closing ceremony and championship game will take place on March 19 in Lahore, which will also host the play-offs.

In addition to receiving the Supernova Trophy, the victor will also receive a check for Rs120 million, while the losers will each receive a check for Rs48 million.

Lahore Qalandars will try to become the first team to win consecutive championships, while Islamabad United will try to make history by winning the trophy three times.

Eleven games will be played in Rawalpindi, nine games each in Karachi and Lahore, and five games in Multan.

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Matches in the afternoon will begin at 2 p.m. local time, while matches in the evening will begin at 7 p.m. local time in Karachi, Lahore, and Rawalpindi. Except for the tournament’s first match, which will start at 8 p.m., evening matches in Multan will start at 6 p.m.

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