Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi thinks Multan Sultans is the side who completed PSL five’s group level on the pinnacle, ought to be surpassed the trophy after the tournament got postponed on Tuesday.
The Pakistan Super League noticed its authentic time table tweaked after the PCB shortened the league by way of 4 days maintaining in thoughts the worsening COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) situation. On Tuesday, just before a doubleheader offering semi-finals between the pinnacle four aspects, the PCB decided to name off the remainder of the event. According to a tweet by way of the professional PSL deal with, the semi-finals and final which had been scheduled to be played in Lahore on Tuesday Wednesday respectively will now be rescheduled. Afridi thinks Multan Sultans should be crowned champions.
Sad to see the PSL end, but health and safety of all concerned is the key, esp those who are travelling back to their homes.Perhaps the decision could have been taken earlier, with regards to the trophy…well the table-topper should be handed the trophy? 😊 @MultanSultans
— Shahid Afridi (@SAfridiOfficial) March 17, 2020
Sad to see the PSL end, but the health and safety of all concerned is the key. Esp those who are traveling back to their homes. Perhaps the decision could have been taken earlier, with regards to the trophy…well the table-topper should be handed the trophy? Afridi tweeted
Multan Sultans struggled with their first few PSL seasons. However, the men in inexperienced and blue were on top of their game for the maximum part of PSL 5. Led with the aid of Shan Masood, the league-leaders received 6 video games out of 10. With 2 matches getting washed out because of rain. They sat 1st with 14 points in the PSL desk. Followed with the aid of Karachi and Lahore with 11 and 10 factors respectively. Peshawar Zalmi has been 4th with nine points after having won 4 games.
The Pakistan Cricket Board is but to announce the new schedule for the postponed games and a decision is pending.