Lahore Qalandars’ star, Ben Dunk has validated his availability for the fifth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 2020). The player misses the interval he spent with the other partners in Pakistan and designates the way he scored runs.
He is contemplating to continue his performance in the terminal stages of the league as Qalandars were potent this season – something that has not happened before.
He believes that he will turn his figures of 10-99 to 100 above as an essential factor for Qalandar’s win. Highlighting the fact that LQ have never won a single edition and ends up as the unsatisfied team in every season, he aims big for the side and will be available to clinch the win the season.
PSL 2020: Ben Dunk aiming to turn his double figures into Tripple for Lahore Qalandars
“I’m really privileged to be coming back to Pakistan and playing these finals. I really hope that we perform well but more importantly that we provide you guys, sitting at home, who have had a tough last seven or eight months, some entertainment,” he said.
Qalandars were already going fine and lasted as the third team on the points table. Ben wants to continue the momentum in November as they maintained in the matches earlier.
“We had some really good momentum going. I’m hopeful and optimistic that we can get back. I can play some really good cricket along with the other guys,” he said.
“I know that the Qalandars probably haven’t had as much success in previous years as they would’ve liked but we’re well on our way; we just need to play some good cricket in November.”
“I’d love to get three figures and it’d be pretty special to get three figures in the final. That would be pretty amazing but like I said, most important for me is that we get the wind,” he said.
“Lahore hasn’t played any finals before, so it’s gonna be a new experience for the franchise and for the team. It’s going to be really exciting and I can’t wait to get back over there and be a part of it.”
He believes if one is near the victory, he shall have an upper hand on it despite missing the momentum and being defeated despite the closeness to the victory.
“I don’t like respectable losses. I think they’re a bit of a cop-out. You know, you’re better off if you’re going to lose in a way that you could potentially win. I really don’t like if you’re chasing 180 getting to 140 or 150, but never looking like you’re going to win, give yourself a chance to win the game first, and then see,” he said.