After witnessing some heart-warming performances from the team and individual players, the 2022 edition of the Pakistan Super League has come to an end. Multan Sultans topped the points table after the end of the league stage matches. However, they failed to win the title for the second consecutive occasion.
Lahore Qalandars put in a dominant all-round show with both bat and ball in the final of the tournament against the defending champions. They went on to beat them by 42 runs to win their first-ever PSL title.
Over the period of one month, the fans witnessed some sensational performances with both bat and ball. However, amidst all that, a number of notable cricketers had a season to forget. They couldn’t live up to the expectations and endured poor numbers in the tournament. On that note, we take a look at the worst XI of the PSL 2022.
PSL 2022: Worst XI Of The Tournament
Babar Azam led Karachi Kings this year. He certainly had a season to forget. Under his leadership, Karachi Kings could only manage to win just 1 game out of 10. He failed to live up to the expectations with his captaincy as well as with the bat.
The Karachi Kings captain finished as the sixth-highest run-getter in the tournament but his strike rate of 118.69 is a big concern. Perhaps, all those runs had no value.