Champions League Twenty20 a Learning Curve for Pakistan Cricketers, Says Mohammad Hafeez

Mohammad Hafeez-led Lahore Lions became the first team from Pakistan to qualify for the main rounds after Sialkot Stallions and Faisalabad Wolves had failed to do this in the last two editions of the Champions League.

updated: September 18, 2014 13:09 IST
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Lahore Lions' captain Mohammad Hafeez in action during the qualifying round of Champions League T20.


Karachi: Lahore Lions skipper Mohammad Hafeez has described their tour of India for Champions League twenty20 tournament as a great learning curve for the players and Pakistan cricket. (Dramatic KKR steal CSK's thunder)

"We are not in India just to play cricket, we want to go back by impressing the Indian people with our attitude, behaviour and cricket. There is a lot of demand for our players and Pakistan cricket in India and we don't want to spoil that image," Hafeez said on Geo Super channel during a telephonic talk from Hyderabad Deccan. (Cape Cobras to miss injured all-rounder JP Duminy)

Lahore Lions are currently competing in the main round of the Champions League and Hafeez said even though his team lacks in many areas his young side will try to produce a lion-hearted performance.

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