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PSL 2022: Imad Wasim urges Karachi Kings’ fans to not lose hope

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Karachi Kings star all-rounder Imad Wasim has urged fans of Karachi Kings to not lose hope after the franchise lost all three fixtures of Pakistan Super League PSL season 7.

The Kings did not have a desired start to the tournament. Being led by Babar Azam for the first time, the franchise lost three out of three matches they played and were under a lot of criticism for their poor performances.

Speaking to a private news channel Imad Wasim said, “Fans need to keep supporting us. Nobody wants to lose, we give our 100% in the match but the results are not always in our hands. But we will not lose hope. We have always tried out best to make our followers happy and will continue to do so in this season. The team is working extremely hard we will definitely make a comeback,”

On being asked about the disappointing start the former skipper said that it was not the start we wanted and we as a team are let down but the atmosphere in the camp is nice. Seven matches are still left and it is important that players back up each other for the upcoming matches.

Imad Wasim used the example of how Multan Sultans rose to victory after a disastrous start to the tournament last season. He further added that living in the past won’t improve our performance rather will cost more matches for the team.

He lauded the PSL for providing the young talent with the opportunity to share field and dressing room with polished foreign and national players. The youngsters learn heaps from their experience. Wasim also expressed happiness at the success of the league.

Karachi Kings will play their fourth and league’s eleventh match tomorrow against Peshawar Zalmi tomorrow. Currently, the franchise is sitting at the bottom of the points table.

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