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Trying to put smiles on the faces of Corona-affected people: Ben Dunk

Aggressive Australian batsman Ben Dunk, who is part of the Lahore Qalandars squad, says he wants his performance may bring smiles to the faces of people affected by the Corona epidemic and do something to make Lahore Qalandar’s fans feel proud.

Talking to Geo News, Ben Dunk said that Lahore Qalandars has got off to a good PSL start. He hoped that they would continue in this regard.

 The team’s preparations are very enthusiastic. The team will do well and some extraordinary.

“The biosecure bubble around the world makes it very difficult for players to be confined to rooms and just go out for cricket, it’s all very difficult and often has an effect,” he said. It is a very tiring process.

He would have been out of the bubble for barely five or six days from the PSL final last year. It isn’t easy, but it will not affect his performance. I will try to perform to the fullest.

The 33-year-old Australian cricketer said that the combination of Lahore Qalandar is quite right.  Most of the players who played their part in the excellent performance of the previous edition. Hopefully, what was good last year will be good this year too.

He said that Qalandar had reached the final in the last edition but could not play good cricket. He hoped that this time they would perform better than before and would win the tournament.

To a question, Ben Dunk said that last year’s performance and game plan will inspire the team this year. The need is to maintain the same momentum.

The Australian cricketer said that winning a team is more important to him than a personal century. Such was the thinking last year against Karachi when he played an unbeaten inning of 99 runs.

It would be good if he had a chance to score a century this year, but they will be happier when they have the opportunity to play their part in the team’s victory.

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