England’s 23-year-old batter Harry Brook has said that he has enjoyed his time in this year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL) and believes that the experience of playing in the event at a very early age will help him in the future.
In an interview the former captain of England’s U-19 team said that PSL is a quality league, and he is enjoying his time in Pakistan. “To experience every condition in the world at such a young age is good.
And obviously, I’m only 23 now so to get that experience under my belt ear-lies. I can only see it helping me in the future,” he said.
“Whether I do rubbish in a tournament or I do well, I think it’s all good experience, and you proba-bly learn more from doing rubbish in the tournaments than you do from doing well. So, it’s all a good ex-perience for me, and I’ve really enjoyed this PSL,” he added.
Terming PSL a quality tournament, he said that despite not getting the luxuries of getting out of the hotel and trying stuff outside, he enjoying his stint in PSL, and it is a very good competition. He mentioned that the bowlers in the tournament are of a high standard, but the contest is tough for both – batters and bowlers. Replying to a question, he said that his only goal wherever he goes to play is to score runs.—Agencies