The Pakistan Super League wrapped up on Sunday night, with Shane Watson and Fawad Ahmed’s Quetta Gladiators claiming the title.
Watson was also crowned Best Batsman and Player of the Tournament after scoring the most runs in the league (430 at a strike rate of 143.81, 73 runs ahead of the next best batsman).
That’s why u play 😍🏆, Thanks heaps to @TheRealPCB @thePSLt20 @TeamQuetta @pid_gov Sindh Gov for the Safe PSL4 and to all my family, friends n fans all over the world for their kind support, wishes n prayers,#PSLFINAL #Champions #karachi #Pakistan #PurpleForce #Gladiators #💜💛 pic.twitter.com/9Ye1NHR8jm— Fawad Ahmed (@bachaji23) March 18, 2019
Thanks for all the love and support Pakistan! This @thePSLt20 has yet again been an awesome experience. Learnt so much this season with @MultanSultans and thoroughly enjoyed my time. Hopefully see you all soon 💚💚💚#pakistan #psl #love #cricket pic.twitter.com/FVezCEv75N— Chris Green (@chrisgreen_93) March 11, 2019
Watson is now preparing for another Indian Premier League campaign with reigning champions the Chennai Super Kings.
He will be joined in India by Jos Buttler (Rajasthan Royals) and Thunder coach Shane Bond (bowling coach for the Mumbai Indians).