The misery of Lahore Qalandars didn’t end in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as they were knocked out of another edition of Pakistan’s most celebrated T20 festival. Not only that, their defeat against Multan Sultans meant that they finished dead last on the points table for the fourth consecutive year.
As a result of a series of horrible displays, the franchise is finding itself in a circle of criticism where fans and other cricket enthusiasts urged the team to identify and correct their wrongdoings.
Pakistan’s Test cricketer Azhar Ali who played for Lahore Qalandars in the inaugural edition of the tournament also jumped on the bandwagon as he pinpointed the role of management and advised them to prepare better and sane plans for the tournament.
The 34-year old believes that the franchise owner Fawad Rana needs to realize the errors made by his management as they changed many players but the result remained the same. Furthermore, the Lahore born cricketer wished luck to the franchise for the next year’s tournament as he expects them to come back in a strong manner.