Despite being one of the major picks of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Australian hard-hitting batsman Chris Lynn hasn’t made justice to his reputation. He started the enterprising T20 tournament of Pakistan with a stylish 39 against Multan Sultans, but failed to make an impact after that.
Following the impressive show, Lynn produced scores of 11, 30, 27 and 0 to muster a total of 107 runs. Therefore, he is only averaging a shade under 22. While the strike-rate of 162.12 catches many eyeballs, his performance as a platinum pick of Lahore is poor to say the least. Even against Islamabad United, he didn’t shy away from throwing his wicket, landing his unit in an extremely tough situation.
While it cannot be held as the major reason of Lahore’s slump but this is one of the pivotal reasons of Qalandars reeling on the bottom of the table. If Lahore has to make any sort of comeback, then the 29-year old cricketer will need to reassess his batting manuscript and adjust accordingly.