'Pakistan mein zameen ka kya kaam?' - Fans troll Lahore Qalandars for gifting plots to players after PSL win

Lahore Qalandars gifted their players plots and iPhones after their title win. Here's how fans reacted to the weird gifting update.

Rohit Kumar
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Lahore Qalandars gifting plots

Lahore Qalandars gifting plots (Source: Twitter)

PSL franchise Lahore Qalandars has been treating its players well and rewarding them with some amazing goodies in the locker room ceremony. As a return for their efforts, the Lahore owners give each participant an iPhone and a plot of property in the city. Last week, the team established the custom of rewarding the players. Following Lahore's victory over Quetta Gladiators, the team honoured two foreign players for their match-winning effort.

Rashid Khan was given an iPhone 14 by the team owner, while Sikandar Raza received a parcel of land as a gift. The guys appear to be having a blast during the dressing room rituals, and everyone grins.

Lahore Qalandars won the PSL final against Multan Sultan

Rashid's important 21 off 20 balls against Quetta helped Lahore post a 148-point total that may be held against them. He bowled a fantastic spell of 4-0-14-2 to contribute to the victory significantly. Quetta completed their 20 overs with a score of 131/7. Raza, on the other hand, played just 34 balls and smashed an unbeaten 71. His contribution was crucial in enabling Lahore to surpass the 100-run threshold. He also miscued one.

The incumbent champions Lahore are ranked first in the points table with 5 victories out of 6 games, while Quetta was last with just 1 win. Lahore, led by Shaheen Afridi, will play host to Multan Sultans on Saturday for the 20th match of the competition (March 4).

Lahore Qalandars won the Pakistan Super League title a second time on Saturday after narrowly defeating Multan Sultans by one run. Khusdil Shah was run out while attempting a third run that would have equalled Lahore's score of 200-6, with Multan needing four runs off the final ball, bowled by Zaman Khan. Instead, Multan finished with a record of 199-8, losing to Lahore in the championship game again. The Qalanders are the first group to win back-to-back PSL championships.

Here's how fans reacted to Lahore Qalandar's unique gifts:

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