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imageDespite, enjoying one of the most expensive and star studded sides. The Karachi Kings have been a disappointment in the ongoing second edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

Sri Lanka's batting great, Kumar Sangakkara and the current skipper of the Karachi Kings skipper admits that his side has been performing below par.

“Three losses in three games, we havent really played well,” he said, quoted Wisden India.

The Kings new chief said that his side performance in its last match against Lahore Qalandars was probably the side's best in the tournament. Despite, the Kings lost the game by seven runs.

“Unfortunately our fielding was really not up to the mark,” said Kings captain.

“Well, it is T20 cricket, always tough competition. It doesnt matter what side you have, you need to really execute yours skills well. Today was not to be. The pressure is on, it is always on, and now is the time for everyone to deliver.”

The batting great believed that his side needs to improve its decision making and move on.

“We have a great side, with Gayle right at the top. We just need to make decisions a bit better. We have lost three, and we need to keep going and try and win.”

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