Second season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), a PCB sponsored T20 Cricket Championship, is in full swing in Dubai and Sharjah UAE. Five teams representing all the four provinces and capital are there in a triumph to grab the title.
It has been reiterated by the PCB, despite terror attacks in the country, that the final match of the event will be held at the Gaddafi Stadium Lahore on March 5, 2017. All the cricket lovers are eager to see live cricket event in Pakistan after a very long time.
Islamabad United led by Misbah-ul-Haq are the defending champions and enjoy a very huge fan-following in the country. Following the success of the franchise last year, PTCL has partnered with Islamabad United to share their motto with the rest of Pakistan.
PTCL, the largest telecommunication company of Pakistan, being the official partner of Islamabad has released the franchise anthem “Kitna Rola Daaly Ga”. The video song aims to show what Islamabad United stands for, how the group is united as it represents a united Pakistan and not just the city.
People from across the country are shown enjoying cricket mania with their excitement. The video also shows how the crowd reacts in the face of some nail-biting moments during Islamabad United’s PSL matches. All the players of franchise led by captain are there wearing shirts with PTCL logo on their back.
PTCL’s Facebook page says: “PTCL’s tribute to cricket fans no matter where they are and which team they are cheering for…”
The video can be viewed below:
IU Fans Response
The video was uploaded at PTCL’s Facebook page on 18 February at around 8PM, since then it has been viewed 228,000 times, liked 9,100 times and shared 1,703 times (at the time of writing). It has received similar appraisal from PSL fans on Twitter as well.
Due to the positive message portrayed by the video and Islamabad United players, the video has received accolades across the social media. People expect from other sponsors to release something in competition with the PTCL and Islamabad United.
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