Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise and champions of the fifth edition of the tournament Karachi Kings have promised their fans to bounce back after a dismal performance in the seventh edition of the tournament.
The Babar Azam-led Karachi Kings exited from the PSL after losing nine matches out of the ten played in the tournament.
The Kings made some unwanted records in their unfortunate campaign in the ongoing PSL and became the first team to lose nine matches in a single edition of the league.
Taking to Twitter, Karachi Kings extended gratitude to their fans for their support throughout the tournament.
"We know we couldn't make, but we aren't used to this. The Eliminators/Playoffs are going on, but we aren't featuring for the first time ever. We just wanted to take this moment to thank our fans. We'll bounce back," Karachi Kings tweeted.
Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans will lock horns in the final of the ongoing seventh edition of the PSL at the Gaddafi Stadium on Sunday, 27 February.