KARACHI: Lahore Qalandars owner Rana Fawad sought forgiveness from the people of Lahore after the franchise once again failed to go through in the playoff stage of the Pakistan Super League, and said that the team is tired of losing."I am really sad after this recent loss. What hopes can I one have on the team where the captain is injured," said Fawad in a brief chat with Geo News. The Qalandars owner said he has made Dua at the Hazrat Lal Shahbaz Qalandar to seek forgiveness for my sins. "This time the players will also be held accountable," said dejected Fawad. The ongoing tournament proved to be another disappointment for the Fawad Rana-owned Lahore, who despite sporting some of the biggest stars from around the world, including former South Africa captain AB de Villiers, could only manage three victories from their ten games.