Lahore Qalandars Finish Last For Fourth Consecutive PSL Season
Lahore Qalandars continued their miserable run in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) by finishing at the bottom of the table for a fourth season running.
They faced Multan Sultans earlier today in a crucial fixture which ought to decide the worst performer of PSL season 4 (pun intended). Sultans chased down Qalandars’ total of 140 in just 13 overs with Shahid Afridi scoring the winning runs.
Overall, Lahore has won 3 out of their 10 games in the PSL 4. In total, Lahore has played 27 matches in the T20 competition and won 7 games, losing 17 in the process. Their side has always looked impressive on paper but that’s just about it.
New season, same old Lahore Qalandars
Multan beats Lahore!
Another PSL season finishes on bottom for Lahore Qalandars.
— Faizan Lakhani (@faizanlakhani) March 11, 2019
Final 5 Now
Karachi defends 5 off final over, beats Quetta by 1 run, qualifies for the play offs.
Lahore Qalandars are now out the race to final four.
— Faizan Lakhani (@faizanlakhani) March 10, 2019
Han G Dasso Fayr
— Ammara Mehdi (@ammaraYounas_TG) March 11, 2019
Former Qalandar’s skipper Azhar Ali said the management is the one to blame for Qalandars’ woes. “If you are continuously at the bottom in all 4 PSL tournaments then the problem is with management not players.”
Sticking With The Team In The Downs And Downs Of Life
Marry a Lahore Qalandar fan because you can't find more loyal person than them. ?
— Sajjad Qalandars?❤️ (@Sicilian__Mafia) March 11, 2019
The Best Representation Of Lahore Qalandars Fans
Lahore Qalandars Fans in Different phase in Every PSL season pic.twitter.com/LfWKrQ9LRE
— Syed Amjad Mahmood Falki (@AmjadFalki) March 9, 2019
Those People Live In Lahore
i think this line was written for Lahore Qalandars fans pic.twitter.com/pgb4TynXdv
— likhari (@danishaali9) March 9, 2019
Some Have Had Enough
— Gold Leaf (@goldleaf_150) March 10, 2019
In the final four of the tournament, Quetta Gladiators, Islamabad United, Peshawar Zalmi and Karachi Kings will battle for this year’s big prize. Defending champions Islamabad United will be looking to win a third PSL and second consecutive, while Peshawar will be looking for a second tournament win.
The other two teams, Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators will be looking to break the zero.
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