In a significant milestone that reflects their tumultuous journey in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Karachi Kings recently became the first team to tally 50 losses in the league’s history.

Karachi Kings kicked off their PSL 9 campaign with a disappointing performance against Multan Sultans saw them fall short of expectations.

After the loss, veteran sports journalist Faizan Lakhan posted on X about Karachi King’s ‘unwanted record.’

However, this statistic was met with a challenge from esteemed statistician Mazher Arshad, who contends that the Kings have actually endured 51 defeats.

Well, super-over losses do not count as official, so Karachi Kings have lost 50 matches, which is the highest by any PSL team.

While Karachi Kings clinched victory in PSL 5, their triumph stands as an anomaly in a string of underwhelming performances.

In the seven other seasons, they have notably failed to secure a spot in the final, leaving fans and stakeholders yearning for consistent success.

As the Kings gear up for their upcoming clash against Peshawar Zalmi on February 21 at the iconic Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, the team finds itself grappling with early setbacks.

The new-look Karachi Kings under new captain Shan Masood could not create the magic they promised in their opening game against Multan Sultans.

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Masood and stalwart Kieron Pollard found themselves under scrutiny for their below-par strike rates, while the team’s batting lineup suffered as four players were dismissed for ducks.

Despite a valiant half-century from seasoned campaigner Shoaib Malik, the Karachi based franchise fell short of their target of 186.

As the Kings navigate the challenges of the ongoing PSL season, they find themselves at a critical juncture, striving to overcome their past setbacks and reclaim their status as contenders.

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