Kings only managed to score 124/5 in 20 overs which was comfortably chased by Sultans in the 19th over
Salman Iqbal, the owner of Karachi Kings, was unhappy with the team's batting approach in the opening match of HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) season seven.
Karachi Kings and Multan Sultans face each other at the National Stadium in Karachi after the glittering opening ceremony. Kings led by Babar Azam was put in to bat by Sultans' captain Mohammad Rizwan.
Kings only managed to score 124/5 in 20 overs which was comfortably chased by Sultans in the 19th over.
"The score of our team batting first against Multan Sultans could have been more. We didn't score much in the first ten overs and also scored 20 to 25 runs at the backend," Salman told reporters.
Meanwhile, Salman gave an update regarding president Karachi Kings Wasim Akram, who is in isolation after testing positive for Covid-19 on his return from Legend T20 League in Oman.
The former Pakistan captain will join the franchise in the upcoming two days after completing his isolation.