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A big blow to Qalandars ahead of the semi-finals, as Chris Lynn leaving for home

Chris Lynn

Before the semi-final of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 5, the Lahore Qalandars suffered a major setback when their Australian player Chris Lynn announced that he was leaving the PSL and returning home immediately.

The aggressive batsman played a superb 113 off 55 balls on Sunday afternoon to help Lahore Qalandars to qualify for semi-finals and he will not available to participate in semifinals.

Related: Coronavirus Risk: Govt issues PSL new schedule

Chris Lynn announced on social media that he had enjoyed his stay in Pakistan but in the current situation he has decided to return home.

Earlier, South Africa’s David Wiese and Sri Lanka’s Seekkuge Prasanna also announced their departure to home, leaving their tour in the PSL incomplete.

Foreign cricketers decided to leave the PSL incomplete following the offer of the Pakistan Cricket Board.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has given players the option after the Coronavirus outbreak worldwide that they can return home if they wish.

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