Lahore Qalandars wrapped up an easy victory by 63 runs, the team got a total of 198 for 6 wickets, Shai Hope scored 47 runs at lightning speed, and Sikandar Raza remained unbeaten on 32.
Naseem Shah gave 47 runs, Quetta’s Jason Roy managed to score 48 runs, the team was limited to 135 for 8 wickets, and David Visa and Shaheen Shah Afridi took 3 wickets each.
Karachi (Sports Desk) Gladiators forgot to fight, and once again did not retreat in HBL PSL, Lahore Qalandars won easily by 63 runs, and the team scored 198 for 6 wickets with small but effective offensive partnerships. of
Shai Hope scored a lightning-fast 47 and Sikandar Raza scored unbeaten 32 runs, 3 batsmen’s strike rate was more than 200, Odin Smith and Qais Ahmed took 2 wickets, and Naseem Shah gave away 47 runs. In the reply innings, Jason Roy, the opener of Quetta managed to score 48 runs. Among the other batsmen, only Muhammad Hafeez (25) could resist, and the team was limited to 135 runs for 8 wickets, David Visa and Shaheen Shah Afridi took 3, 3 wickets, Rashid Khan gave only 17 runs in their spell, and was a victim.
What did According to the details, Quetta Gladiators won the toss and decided to bowl at the National Stadium Karachi. Tahir Baig scored 14 runs in the first over to Mohammad Hafeez. As Odin Smith bowled Fakhar Zaman (22) to Sarfaraz Ahmed, the total score was 49. In the next over, Mohammad Nawaz took the help of Martin Guptill to finish off Tahir Baig’s score of 31. The total was 65 in the Powerplay, Shai Hope started aggressively as soon as he came in, he had a bit of trouble with Qais Ahmed’s balls, then recovered, and the team’s century was completed in the 10th over, Kamran Ghulam (21) was bowled by Qais Ahmed. He was stumped, Mohammad Nawaz did enough but Hussain Talat removed Qais Ahmed with a six and a four. And fell victim to Martin Guptill’s nexus, Sikandar Raza also kept the strike rate on Naseem Shah’s bowling but David Visa was bowled by Mohammad Hasnain after scoring only one run, Sikandar Raza kept Naseem Shah on target. 14 runs were scored in the over, Rashid Khan’s catch dropped in the last over and 9 runs were scored.
Lahore Qalandars scored a total of 198 for 6, Sikandar Raza 32 off 16 balls and Rashid Khan 11 not out, 3 batsmen had a strike rate of over 200, Odin Smith and Qais Ahmed 2, 2 in the hunt. Succeeded, Naseem Shah gave away 47 runs. In pursuit of the target, Quetta Gladiators failed to send Abdul Wahid Bengalzai as the opener. Caught on Roy’s pads, Lahore Qalandars approached the third umpire but to no avail, Zaman Khan’s first ball was also reviewed for LBW by the opener but it went in vain. Shaheen Shah Afridi turned to Thar Dampier for Roy’s LBW in the next over as well but did not get success. After enduring a flurry of attacks in the first 4 overs, Jason Roy removed Haris Rauf with 3 sixes. Even Zaman Khan could not curb his aggression, the total was 49 in the Powerplay, Martin Guptill (15) handed Dave Dwiza to Tahir Baig, and Mohammed Hafeez, who was promoted in the batting order, was bundled out by Rashid Khan. Rakha, Jason Roy took an aggressive approach against David Visa but could not keep the bulls safe off the ball of Rashid Khan, he scored 48 runs off 30 balls, Muhammad Hafeez made Haris Rauf’s second even more unpleasant with 2 sixes, and Rashid Khan Giving just 4 runs, Iftikhar Ahmed (6) caught Fakhr Zaman trying to hit David Visa for a six.