The drab team of all the franchises, Lahore Qalandars, have been headed with back to back two massive victories which has dragged them up to the fifth spot.
Lahore Qalandars, that had lost all despite hard work and efforts contributed by several players were really miserable. They began their journey of wealthy luck against Quetta Gladiators when they beat them by 37 runs declaring the highest chase of PSL 5.
Qalandars lost next to United however, they again captured Gladiators restricting them on a lower score of PSL 5, 98, and then declared a magnificent win saving 49 balls vacant.
The spectators thought, that’s it! But, a huge NO! As Qalandars drifted their this magnificent performance against Karachi Kings as well. Heading off with a competent start in bowling however, they fall shorter in the dead overs as Alex Hales and Chadwick struck but, the chewngum man, Ben Dunk contributed mighty well with his 40 balls 99 to chase off lacking troubles.
Lahore Qalandars are similar and kindred to another Pakistan National Team, totally unpredictable, that fall the one moment, and rise to another. Two back to back massive wins over Gladiators and Karachi has been challenging for Gladiators as they have been sweeped to the least spot on the standings.
According to Ramiz Raja,
“Lahore Qalandars are going pretty fine and there are chances that the audience might see them in the play offs.”
Anything can still happen if one evaluates their unpredictably. In the on going match at the Gadaffi Stadium, score analysis might be around 170-175. Qalandars went off with a drabless start as they grabbed 3 early wickets but, knocks of Haider Ali and Shoaib Malik geared Zalmi to 187 as Qalandars lost their momentum in the dead overs with the bowl with several misfields.
After going pretty fine in the second innings, there is almost mutuality in current and required run rate and the batsmen Qalandars possess like Chris Lynn and Ben Dunk can head to any target with their explosive knocks.