IPL VS OTHER T20 LEAGUES by Cricbuzz Staff • Last updated on Share Tweet “When you come to the PSL or the LPL, there’s an importance on the cricket.” © BCCI South African speedster Dale Steyn has said that the financial aspect of the Indian Premier League, the world’s most lucrative T20 league, steers the focus off of cricket and he finds the likes of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and the Lankan Premier League (LPL) “slightly more rewarding”. Steyn, who is currently plying his trade for the Quetta Gladiators franchise in the PSL, told Cricket Pakistan that the duration of the IPL was also a factor in him opting out of this season as he wanted some more time to himself. “I wanted to take a bit more time off. I found that playing in those other leagues was slightly more rewarding as a player,” Steyn said. “I think when you go to the IPL there are such big squads and so many big names and so much emphasis on the amount of money that the players earn that somewhere along the line the cricket kind of gets forgotten. When you come to the PSL or the LPL, there’s… Read full this story
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