Karachi: Karachi Kings’ death overs master Chris Jordan loved the way people of Karachi supported their team against Quetta Gladiators on Sunday.
“I loved the way Karachiites supported us throughout. Unfortunately, we couldn’t make it over the victory ball but we tried our best to win teh game. In fact, no team goes out to lose. It was a tough contest and Gladiators played well,” he said while talking to the media after the match.
Jordan thinks that they were not very much but just 10 runs short otherwise their bowlers fought really hard. “There wasn’t any pressure on us, to be honest. Maybe we were 10 runs short otherwise our bowlers bowled strongly,” Jordan maintained.
The right-arm pacer is picking up constructive advice from one of the greats of the game, Wasim Akram. He said his presence is worth for every youngster in the ground. “I grew up watching Akram, in fact, bowlers at my age watched him rattling opposition when he used to play. His presence in the dressing room is very much important for us and I try to learn as much from him as I can,” he added.