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Ageless Watson wins MVP in Pakistan

Ageless Watson wins MVP in Pakistan



Shane Watson has been nominated as player of the tournament for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) of 2019, but he is not even before the end of an off-off after being run out in the final.
Watson was run out for only seven in the tournament after the toss was lost, he was called for direct hit finding him well of his ground.



RUN OUT! @ShaneRWatson33 is dismissed courtesy of an error in judgement from @iamAhmadshahzad. Quetta Gladiators are 21/1 in the 3rd over now

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He was disappointed with the removal of Imam-ul-Haq from Pakistan.



Mr Imam ul haq , Shane Watson is one of the greatest player of this PSL.He has came here & u r showing such behavior to him. U r young player u shouldn't be involved in these things. If you think no one will ask abt ur attitude,then u r wrong. Show some respect to foreign players

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But the 37-year-old former international player of Australia was the last laugh because Quetta Gladiators had claimed the PSL crown in front of the whole house at its adjoining national cricket stadium, defeating Peshawar Zalmi by eight wickets.
Before the run out in the final, Watson dominated the Zalmi in the tournament,, which was 181 runs at 90.5 and 160.2 in three matches.
At 143.81, he took part in a huge gap of 430 runs.
Watson did not play Pakistan in two previous tournaments and started to avoid the country again in 2019, but in the conflict with the T20 World Cup, the heart of the 59-Test veteran was changed.
Watson said in a statement about returning to Pakistan this month, "It is a very difficult decision from my family standpoint, and all the support my wife and my family have given me". Which has hosted the lowest international cricket in the last decade.
"I am very excited after 14 years of ending in Pakistan."

ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson lauded the success of the PSL, saying that the global perspective of cricket is being shifted.
"Actually outside Pakistan was realized that it was a dangerous place to visit in the past", Richardson said.

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