After a decent outing in the previous edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) with Karachi Kings, Australian wicket-keeper batsman Ben Dunk emerged as a top performer for Lahore Qalandars in the currently halted season of the 20-over tournament. As a result, Qalandars were able to qualify for the play-offs of the 6-team competition for the first time ever.
Playing a total of 8 games, Dunk smashed 266 runs at 53.20. He also struck two match-winning half-centuries in a campaign where his strike-rate was recorded over 186. Recently, the aggressive batsman reflected on the experience of playing in Pakistan.
Dunk said that he had the experience of playing in Karachi earlier, but it was the crowd of Lahore which gave him goosebumps. The veteran of 134 T20s added that the passion of the crowd was unbelievable and he thoroughly enjoyed his knocks against Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators. Moreover, he added that he is yearning to return to Pakistan for the knock-out stage of the tournament.