The fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) is in full swing, and along with the league's thrilling events, videos of players' reactions from fans and fans of different franchises are going viral on social media.
Similarly, the video of a Lahore Qalandars fan went viral on social media, prompting Peshawar Zalmi captain Darren Sammy and Karachi Kings coach Dean Jones.
In a match between Islamabad United and Lahore Qalandars at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on Sunday, United defeated Qalandars by a wicket and gained valuable points and Qalandars suffered their second consecutive defeat in the event.
It should be remembered that the Lahore Qalandars are the worst-performing team in all four editions of the league so far and this year they have started in a very disappointing way.
The defeat of the Lahore Qalandars left a small fan heartbroken and unable to control his emotions and his frustrating video went viral on social media.
In this video, the Kamsan fan expressed profound indignation over the performance of the Lahore Qalandars and their players and wept not to support the team again.
Meanwhile, a few women in the video appeared to be willing to support this child for the Multan Sultans but the child refused to support any other team and said that I am from Pakistan and not from Lahore Qalandars.
The video of this passionate fan circulating social media was well-liked and people advised to support another team instead of Lahore Qalandars while promoting the baby.
The heartbreakers include Karachi Kings head coach Dean Jones and Peshawar Zalmi captain Darren Sammy, who along with supporting his team, offered him tickets.
Karachi Kings coach Dean Jones said in a message to the grieving kid over the defeat of Qalandars that they should come and support the Karachi Kings, they will also give them match tickets.
On the other hand, Darren Sammy, the captain of Peshawar Zalmai, also said in his message that the child in Peshawar Zalmai will bring you ice cream, let us wipe your tears.
The Multan Sultans and Quetta Gladiators teams will compete in Multan on Wednesday after a two-day break in the Pakistan Super League.