Pakistan Super League kicked off on 27th February in Karachi and with 9 matches already played till date , here is a look at the current standing for the teams in PSL with a net run-rate of 0.197, Multan Sultans is leading the chart with one win in two matches and two points, the Quetta Gladiators has a net run-rate of 0.124 with four points, 1 loss and 2 wins, playing three matches. Karachi Kings has played two matches and won one, they have two points currently with a net run-rate of 0.002. Lower down the order, Peshawar Zalmi has four points winning 2 matches out of 3 and managing a net run-rate of 0.21. Islamabad United, winners of the league in 2016 and 2018 , managed a net run- rate of 0.29 with 4 points, winning 2 matches. Additionally, Lahore Qalandars has had a bad start to the league, as they have not managed to win a single game and have a net run-rate of -1.03 with 0 points. With jam-packed stadiums, foreign players and also the Managing Director for Women’s Cricket, ECB visiting Multan for PSL, courtesy of Multan Sultans owner: Ali Khan Tareen , Pakistan Super League being held in Pakistan this year has ended up boosting cricket overall in the country in terms of economy, hospitality, international relations and spectator services and the next matches will surely keep the spectators hooked to their screens and filling the stadiums.
CCUSA- Pakistan News Desk