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Brad Hogg rates PSL and IPL on par with each other


Former Australia spinner Brad Hogg hit the headlines recently when he rated the cash-rich Indian Premier League and Pakistan Super League on par with each other.

Former Australia spinner Brad Hogg hit the headlines recently when he rated the cash-rich Indian Premier League and Pakistan Super League on par with each other.

Hogg, who plied his trade for Melbourne Renegades in the Big Bash League till 2018 had represented Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals during his playing days in the Indian Premier League.

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Former Australia spinner who was in India to represent Australia Legends for the Road Safety World Series returned back to Australia after the postponement of the tourney amid coronavirus outbreak. Hogg took to his micro-blogging platform, Twitter to announce his arrival back in Australia.

When asked about the best T20 league in the world, the 49-year old former spinner replied to his fans by opening up on the postponed Indian Premier League and the ongoing Pakistan Super League.

When asked about the best T20 league in his opinion, Brad Hogg named the Indian Premier League.

When another section of fans asked Hogg to rate the IPL and the PSL out of 10, the chinaman bowler said that both the leagues are on par with each other.

Hogg gave nine points each to the IPL and the PSL.

Perhaps it is for Brad Hogg both leagues are on par with each other but the universal truth is that IPL is the biggest ever domestic cricket tournament in the world with a plethora of star players. In fact, IPL is the most followed tournament when compared to PSL.

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