WATCH: Ramiz Raja badly trolled Dean Jones

It’s been less than 2 weeks since the start of the fourth edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL), but whoa, it’s been a rollercoaster ride for fans.

In these 2 weeks, we have seen some incredible examples of batting heroics (Umar Akmal, we are looking at you), catching masterpieces, bizarre celebrations (Wahab Riaz, what are you doing!) and woeful collapses (Lahore Qalandars, why do you do this?).

We have already been introduced to a crop of young talented cricketers who may be making a case for their inclusion in the national team soon.

The third lag of Pakitsan Super League will begin on Tuesday as Islamabad United will take on Multan Sultans in Dubai.

Each team has played 5 matches so far, and will play 5 more matches.

Currently Quetta Gladiators is at the top of the table with 8 points. Peshawar Zalmi is at 2nd spot with 6 points and Islamabad United at 3rd with 6 points.

Lahore Qalandars and Karachi Kings are at 4th and 5th spot with 4 points.

Multan Sultans who is currently at the bottom of the table with only 1 win out of their 5 matches and struggling to make it to Playoffs will be looking to make a strong comeback.

Rameez Raja badly trolled Dean Jones;

Apart from all this, we have seen some very funny moments during this on-going season of Pakistan Super League.

Rameez Hasan Raja. a Pakistani cricket commentator and former cricketer, who represented Pakistan during the 1980s and the 1990s. Since retiring from cricket, is currently hosting a segment “On Crease with Ramiz” by HBL.

During the 7th episode of the segment while Rameez was reading tweets of fans, Dean Jones made an unexpected entry and Rameez trolled him for this badly.

Here’s the video of moment we’re talking about:

PSL in Karachi, Lahore:

Karachi will host the first of its five matches on March 7 when Karachi Kings will take on Peshawar Zalmi under lights. The other four matches will be: Karachi Kings vs Quetta Gladiators on March 10, Qualifier 1 vs Qualifier 2 on March 13, Eliminator 2 on March 15 and the final on March 17 at the National Stadium.

Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore will host Lahore Qalandars vs Islamabad United on March 9, Lahore Qalandars vs the Sixth team on March 10 and Eliminator 1 (3 v 4) on March 12.

Tickets for the highly anticipated eliminators, qualifiers and the final of the fourth edition of the Pakistan Super League in Lahore and Karachi are available at 55 designated TCS Express Centres from today.

The tickets for the eliminator and the qualifier range from Rs500 to Rs3,000, while tickets for the final range from Rs500 to Rs8,000.

Fans can purchase tickets from 27 designated TCS Express Centres in Karachi and 12 centres in Lahore.

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