Possessing belligerent strikers of a cricket ball, Lahore Qalandars has always been one side which brought an exciting flavor to the much cherished Pakistan Super League (PSL). However, the results didn’t go their way.
Despite three shoddy seasons, the franchise remains to be the best team of powerplay overs in the history of Pakistan’s premier domestic T20 competition. The average powerplay score of LQ in all the seasons of PSL is 48 runs for the loss of 2 wickets which is better than any other franchise.
Multan Sultans sits at second with 45 runs at the expense of 1 wicket while two-time PSL champions Islamabad United secured third position with 44 runs for the loss of 1 wicket. The two top performers Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi sealed the fourth and fifth position respectively.
On average, Quetta scores 44 runs for the loss of 2 wickets while Peshawar has an average powerplay score of 42 at the expense of 1 wicket. Karachi Kings remains dead last with their dull batting as they have average powerplay score of 40 runs with the cost of 2 wickets.