Fifth edition of the HBL Pakistan Super League across four cities in the country with great inconvenience, citizens facing great difficulty in travelling from one place to another. Disappointed traffic plan is out to facilitate the citizens during these days. Like always, few roads will be blocked and diversions will be made which will cause traffic jams and delays. Cinthia Ashraf, a citizen who lived at the back of Fc college near the stadium, said that she remained stuck in traffic for over three hours after leaving her workplace. “What is the point of these matches when the common man suffers the most because of them?” she asked. Why cops have blocked all thoroughfares leading or passing by the stadium. Other citizens also said similar things when asked about the problems they faced because of the cricket matches in Lahore. They said that whenever international cricket comes to the city, they are the ones who suffer the most. They urged the authorities to take alternative measures so that they too can rejoice at the return of international cricket in the country. Educational institutions are also closed due to the matches. Forman Christian (FC) College, located near Gaddafi Stadium is also closed and students are facing lots of problems due to the PSL. Every second citizen is claiming that the situation is no better in Lahore which this year will host a bulk of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 5 matches. On top of traffic nightmares, traders in Lahore are claiming that there would be daily losses of around 21 billion rupees because of closure of roads and markets in the vicinity of the Gaddafi Stadium. PSL also causing pollution in society and people seemed to be trapped for hours in a traffic jam on roads. The government does not bother about the loss of millions of revenue through running generators.