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Innings: 13 Average: Mohammad Hafeez. Sohail Akhtar. Innings: 14 Average: Top Wicket Takers Jan'20 to Dec' Shaheen Afridi. Innings: 12 Average: Dilbar Hussain.
David Wiese. Innings: 10 Average: Quote Unquote: who's saying what. Growing up with Murali. The top 20 balls of this century. Brisbane 'For the first time, I saw genuine fear in Australia'.
Your shots: pictures by fans. Who's leading in every format. Chris Lynn is top order batsman from his team in BBl and T10 league.
His performance in last T10 league is memorable. Samit Patel will be available as gold category player this year. Qalandars will award the caps to Australian wicketkeeper batsman Ben Dunk, leg spinner Farzan Raja and batsman Jahid ali for silver category.
SL leg spinner Seekkuge Prasanna is also member of squad for silver category. Lendle Simmons will be available as supplementary player.
Lahore Qalandars' fancied batting line-up never managed to get off the ground in its entirety, with Iqbal, Zaman, Ben Dunk and David Wiese all missing out.
Some might have pitched this as a contest between Amir and Shaheen Shah Afridi, but they were the two most expensive bowlers on the night, failing to take a wicket between them.
Amir would suffer the ignominy of Afridi swiping him over cow corner for six before paddling him over short third man, but while Afridi flashed that endearing, infectious grin then, he'd later have it wiped off by Wasim, who knocked the winning boundary off his bowling.
It might have been the most significant night in the competition's history, but some of the biggest stars would want to forget it. For Lahore Qalandars, who had finished bottom every season before this one, a second-placed finish was historic in its own right.
Matches Fortune Barishal. Gazi Group Chattogram. Syd Sixers need runs in 99 balls. RRR: 9. Stallions chose to field. CRR: 4. Galle Gladiators.
Kandy Tuskers. Eagles lead by 1 run. CRR: 2. Rhinos chose to bat. In pursuit of , they managed before being bowled out in the penultimate over.
A partnership of 71 runs between Jason Roy and Umar Akmal set up the Qalandar's chase of before a quick cameo of 26 12 by Sunil Narine finished the game.
As the tournament progressed to Sharjah , the Qalandars registered their second win on the trot. That too against arch-rivals, Karachi Kings. The match was hard-fought between the two sides before the Qalandars prevailed by 7 runs in the final over.
Fakhar Zaman, who was also adjudged man-of-the-match, set up his team's target of through his quick-fire innings of 56 They allowed 78 runs to be leaked from the last 3.
Umar Akmal anchored his team's innings by scoring 66 off 42 balls before Grant Elliott finished the chase with a six over midwicket.
As the tournament shifted back to Dubai , the Qalandars suffered back to back defeats against Peshawar Zalmi and arch-rivals, Karachi Kings.
Against the Zalmis, the team couldn't chase down after a drastic collapse from to and fell short by 17 runs. After putting up a respectable target of on board, the team leaked runs from the final over - including sixes on the last two balls to end up on the losing side.
The Qalandars lost the first three games of the season, against Multan Sultans , Quetta Gladiators and, arch-rivals,   Karachi Kings respectively - suffering major batting collapses in each.
In the match against the Sultans, they went from to all-out, thus falling short in their chase of by 43 runs. They were in the fifth over but could only manage 59 runs in the remaining 15 overs to finish at In reply, the Gladiator won by 9 wickets.
They got off to a great start and were 68 for 1 in 6 overs before losing several wickets in quick succession during the middle overs to end up 27 runs short.
As the league stage shifted to Sharjah , the team's fortunes did not change and they lost a closely fought match to Islamabad United. In pursuit of a below-par target of runs, the Qalandars were on course for an easy win at in the 12th over, before losing wickets in quick succession to end up at A penultimate ball six from debutant, Salman Irshad , leveled the scores before the team got all-out the next ball, instigating a Super Over.
Batting first in the one-over eliminator, the Qalandars set a target of 16 runs, which the United achieved via a last-ball six.
Batting first, the Qalanders once again suffered a batting collapse and went from to all-out. In reply, the Zalmis made the target with all 10 wickets intact - the first such instance in PSL's history.
This loss effectively ended Lahore's chances for a playoff berth, making them the first team to be eliminated from the second stage of the tournament.
In July , they were one of the six teams invited to play in the first edition of the Abu Dhabi T20 Trophy , scheduled to start in October On October 6, they won the tournament by beating Titans in the final.
Originally the Qalandars were to be captained by Mohammad Hafeez , but due to an injury during team's second fixture, he had to withdraw his name from the squad.
Like, all previous seasons, they finished at the bottom of the points table this time as well, after winning only three of their ten matches, and as a result, were eliminated in the group stage.
Lahore Qalandars lost to Karachi Kings by five wickets in the final. The Lahore franchise was launched on 12 December by owner Fawad Rana.
The "Q" in the Qalandars was linked to both represent both Qatar and QALCO  and Rana added that the name was chosen to highlight the Sufi culture of Lahore — "Qalandar" is a common term used in Pakistan to describe Sufi mystics or saints whose shrines attract millions of devotees and tourists.
The Qalandars' kit colors in first season was red and black Qalandars launched new kits ahead of second season, with the red turning green at a grand musical event.