Watch: Pakistan Super League 2019 trophy disclosed

The captivating PSL 2019 will go all guns blazing from February 14 onwards in the United Arab Emirates with last eight matches scheduled to be played at the home ground in Pakistan. It has been said that the final of the tournament will be played in Karachi on March 17.

Watch: Pakistan Super League 2019 trophy disclosed
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In interesting news, PSL trophy was launched at the Dubai International Stadium. The tourney is hardly a few days away from an absolute cracker of action as the defending champions Islamabad United lock horns with Lahore Qalandars.

PCB chairperson Ehsan Mani, Chief Marketing Officer HBL Naveed Asghar and Professionals Director Commercial for the Middle East and Africa Arsalan Saif representing Swarovski were accompanied by the skippers of the six different franchises at the trophy launch press conference.

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Credit to the designing and concept team

This year’s PSL Trophy is pretty much on the sparkling side which focuses primarily on the Pakistani flag and the central part of it is covered in Swarovski’s 16 faceted Xirius crystals and finally flaunts the grand Shooting Star at the apex which sums up the finishing touch.

Interestingly, more than 50,000 crystals have been used to create this accolade, which took around four months to make this masterpiece. Around the star, there are like six pillars covered on the sides with Swarovski’s crystals showing the six participating teams of the PSL.

For sure, the design and concept team must have thought about shaping the trophy for a finer finish and in the end, it turned out well. Watch the video here below to see the complete Pakistan Super League Trophy!

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