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January 3, 2016
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Lahore Qalandar’s logo to be displayed today

National

January 3, 2016

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Pakistan Super League

KARACHI: The Pakistan Super League (PSL) has created ripples on the horizon of world cricket before its arrival as the frenzy of the cricket lovers is at its peak because they want to watch the biggest and most interesting matches in the history of Pakistan cricket which is going to be held from February 4, 2016.

Five teams are taking part in this League and Lahore Qalandar is one of them. The exhibition of the Lahore Qalandar’s logo will be held today (Sunday) during a magnificent ceremony in which the beautiful anthem of the team will also be played.

The popular artists including Nabil Shaukat Ali, Papu Sahin, Ali Setthi and Israr will also display their artistic skills in the glorious ceremony of ‘Qalandar Night’ decorated with cricket and show business stars. The Pakistan’ first private sports channel ‘Geo Super’ will bring live telecast of this colourful ceremony along with the squad of the team imbued with aggressive style at 6:00pm today.

It should be cleared that Chris Gayle, the monarch of T-20 cricket, and captain of Pakistan cricket team Azhar Ali, West Indian all rounder David Bravo, Cooper besides all rounder Abdul Razaq several other important and prominent cricketers are the part of Lahore Qalandar team. The Lahore Qalandar will play its first match on February 5 against Karachi Kings.

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