Foreign Gladiators players welcomed with traditional Baloch turban


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10 Mar, 2019 3:40 pm

KARACHI (92 News) – The foreign cricketers of the Quetta Gladiators squad were welcomed with the traditional Baloch pagri (turban) and scarf in the team colour of purple.

According to the details, the foreign players landed in Karachi on Sunday, and were greeted to a most hearty welcome by the team management.

Meanwhile, former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson feels happiness to his visit to Pakistan after 14-year.

Former Australian all-rounder Shane Watson and West Indian legend Sir Vivian Richards rocked the look with the pagri. Windies all-rounder DJ Bravo was all smiles as well.

“Look at them! Wow Kya lag rahe hainnn Gladiators with this beautiful Purple turban and scarf,” it tweeted from the official account of Quetta Gladiators.

 

In another tweet, “The Quetta Gladiators foreign contingent has landed in Karachi. How cool are they looking in traditional turban??”

Top-ranked Quetta Gladiators, who are already through to the playoffs, will face Karachi Kings at the National Stadium today.

On the other hand, the players of Peshawar Zalmi were hosted with delicious foods. Javed Afridi said that this is historic event to organize Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Pakistan.

Karachi seek much-needed win against table-toppers Gladiators

Karachi Kings seek a much needed win against table-toppers Quetta Gladiators today to boost their chances of reaching the play-off stages of the HBL PSL.

The Imad Wasim led Karachi outfit is aiming to play the 17 March final on their home ground and before their home fans — a chance they spurned last year after going down in the eliminator to Islamabad United, who went on to win their second title.

Karachi can go on to finish as one of the top two teams, if they also beat Peshawar Zalmi (Monday) and overhaul their net run-rate.

Karachi would be hoping that their star import Colin Munro, regarded as one of the most destructive hitters in Twenty20 cricket regains his touch in the big game.

Munro has so far contributed just 33 runs at 6.60 with a highest of 15. Besides Munro, world’s top batsman in T20Is Babar Azam also needs to return to his best.

The Imad Wasim led Karachi outfit is aiming to play the 17 March final on their home ground and before their home fans — a chance they spurned last year after going down in the eliminator to Islamabad United, who went on to win their second title.

Karachi can go on to finish as one of the top two teams, if they also beat Peshawar Zalmi (Monday) and overhaul their net run-rate.

Karachi would be hoping that their star import Colin Munro, regarded as one of the most destructive hitters in Twenty20 cricket regains his touch in the big game.

Munro has so far contributed just 33 runs at 6.60 with a highest of 15. Besides Munro, world’s top batsman in T20Is Babar Azam also needs to return to his best.

 


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