Lahore Qalandars’ all-rounder Samit Patel was one of the stars in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as he excelled on numerous occasions with both bat and ball across the six-team competition. The peak of Samit’s abilities was witnessed in the match against Quetta Gladiators when he picked four wickets for five runs including a maiden.
Now, with the PSL postponed in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, Samit took to Twitter to offer an apology to Multan Sultans skipper Shan Masood. The 35-year-old admitted he had lost 8-0 to Shan in a game of FIFA during the PSL.
Excusing his abysmal performance, Samit proceeded to blame the controller as being faulty in the jovial exchange with Shan on the social media platform.