Jason Roy said that the PSL was a black chapter and the mental state was not right

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London: England batsman Jason Roy has said that he was not in a good mood when he played in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). The player was owned by Quetta Gladiators. He also put out a great performance in the league. Roy has scored 303 runs in 6 games at an average of 50.50 and a strike rate of 170.22. But Roy says his mental state was not good despite his brilliant performance.

‘My mood was not so good when I was playing in the Pakistan Super League. I played well but could not enjoy anything as I was in a place full of complications. I was not happy at all. It was the darkest chapter in my life. I have to get home somehow. Must spend at least 2 months with family. That was on my mind, ”Roy said.

Roy was the player who won the Gujarat Titans in the IPL mega auction. But before the matches began, Roy withdrew from the IPL, citing the ‘biobubble’ as weakening. The England Cricket Board subsequently banned Roy from two international matches. The board has not yet disclosed the reason for this.

Jason Roy has returned to the England squad for the ongoing ODI series in the Netherlands. In the first ODI, Roy scored just one run in England’s record 498 runs. In the second match, he scored 73 off 60 balls and returned to form.

Summary- England Star Jason Roy Says Things “Mentally Weren’t Right With Me At PSL”

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