Salman Butt has said that it is useless to compare the two famous T20 leagues globally.

Ever since the start of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) in 2016, it has been often compared with the Indian Premier League (IPL). While the PSL has completed its seventh season, the IPL is into its 15th edition.

Meanwhile, former Pakistan skipper Salman Butt has said that it is useless to compare the two famous T20 leagues globally. The southpaw added that the Pakistan organisers are doing their level best despite limited resources.

He highlighted that the PSL makes 70% advance payment to the players. “It is not right to compare IPL and PSL. PSL is doing best despite limited resources.The franchises are trying their best and have given players extra money,” said Butt.

“I feel both players can take care of the players and nobody has said anything bad about the PSL. PSL makes 70% advance payment. It makes no sense to compare it constantly”, he added.

Salman represented Kolkata Knight Riders in the inaugural edition of IPL in 2008.

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