The winning Lahore Qalandars team, captained by Shaheen Afridi, was given 12 million Pakistani rupees, while the runner-up team of Mohammad Rizwan received 48 million. The Qalandars team, which became champions for the second time in a row, received an amount equivalent to approximately INR 3.6 crores, while the runner-up team received an amount equivalent to INR 1.5 crores.
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Interestingly, in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) auction, our Smriti Mandhana was bought by Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for Rs 3.4 crore, which is almost the same amount as the PSL champions. If we talk about the money received by the IPL winner, then last season’s winner Gujarat Titans got 20 crores, while the runner-up Rajasthan Royals got 13 crores, which is much more than Pakistan Super League.
Let’s know about the complete prize money of Pakistan Super League.
|award||award winners||Prize Money (Pakistani Rupee)|
|the champion||Lahore Qalandars||120 million|
|runner up||Multan Sultans||48 million|
|player of the tournament||Ihsanullah||4 million ( approx)|
|batsman of the tournament||Mohammed Rizwan||5 million ( approx)|
|bowler of the tournament||Ihsanullah||5 million ( approx)|
|wicketkeeper of the tournament||Mohammed Rizwan||5 million ( approx)|
|spirit of the tournament||Peshawar Zalmi||4 million ( approx)|
|emerging star||Abbas Afridi||4 million ( approx)|
|player of the match||shaheen afridi||5 lakh|
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