Lahore Qalandars break their 6 year old record

In the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Lahore Qalandars began with four wickets to beat Peshawar Zalmi. Lahore secured the first match of their PSL camp for the first time in the history of the tournament.

Lahore was statistically the worst team in the history of the tournament and finished in the first four seasons at the bottom of the Points Table. For the first time last season, they qualified for the playoffs and then managed to reach their first-ever PSL final.


In front of PSL 6, Lahore seems ready to take her first-ever PSL trophy a little forward this time. All-rounder veteran, Mohammad Hafeez, said Lahore is looking forward to a strong start and get the momentum needed to push them to a win in the finals.

He played an unbeaten knock of 33 and completely anchored the race chase. He was on song against Zalmi. Lahore flipped in the middle, but Hafeez held firm, with four wickets in his hand and nine balls to spare Lahore, chasing down the target from 141.


Lahore has smartly recruited the bowler T20I, Rashid Khan, ahead of PSL 6. In Lahore's victory, Rashid was influential, smashing 27 balls off 15 and finishing the race by slamming a six-off Amad Butt in the 19th round. Four economic overrides were bowed too, with only 14 runs allowed.

In the clash against the Quetta Gladiators, which should take place in Karachi National Stadium, Lahore is going to try her second victory on board on Monday, 22 February. The match will be seen live on mjunoon and BSports.

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