Pakistan Super League 2020 franchise Lahore Qalandars has launched its official kits. This time, the franchise has come up with a different color combination.
Lahore Qalandars have exhibited its official kit against Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) led by Kumar Sangakkara at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore.
The official uniform contains a bright green t-shirt with grey trousers.
Lahore Qalandars will play a match with MCC in the ground, the same place where they were attacked in 2009.
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Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) captain and former Sri Lanka legend Kumar Sangakkara said Pakistan is one of the best cricketing destinations.
Addressing press conference Kumar Sangakkara said “I’m so happy that we’re able to do our part to try and encourage countries to look at Pakistan as one of the best cricketing destinations. It has been that in the past and I’m sure it will be that again very soon”
He said “I have immensely wonderful memories of playing in Pakistan, especially Lahore. In the Asian Test Championship finals in 2002, playing against greats like Waqar Younis, also Shoaib Akhtar, Sami, Razzaq, Shoaib Malik, they all played alongside Inzamam”
Sanga said Sri Lanka first team to come back and play Test cricket in Pakistan & as a fellow Sri Lankan and MCC president i’m so happy we are able to do our part to try & encourage countries to look at Pakistan as one of the best cricketing destinations.”
“It’s vital to have home games. Cricket belongs to everyone. You need to have youngsters getting inspired to take up the game. If there is no home cricket then there is a danger that kind of hunger might go away”
“The more cricket you play at home, the more times young children & the fabulous fans of Pakistan can see their team, their players play in front of them within almost touching distance. That’s great for the game and the country, and for the global game”
“I think all Sri Lankan players who were here in 2009 would love to come back. A few have come in their private capacity but even together, the players will definitely be willing to come back. We’ve great memories of playing in Pakistan & touring here”