With an unbeaten 145 on 63 balls, the highest score in the PSL, and the second-fastest century on 44 balls, the Gladiators crossed the 241 mark and made the league record. Batting first, Zalmi scored 240 runs to 2 wickets, Babar Azam’s century, Saeem Ayub scored 74 runs, sacks were also dropped and the openers gave the team a 162-run start.
The highest score in a match was 483 runs scored with the help of 342 bounds, 21 sixes, and 54 fours, Quetta scored 40 bounds, 30 fours, and 10 sixes. (PSL)
Karachi (Sports Desk) The running fountain broke out in Rawalpindi, Quetta Gladiators crossed the 241-run target and made HBL PSL runs, and the team won by 8 wickets against Peshawar Zalmi bowlers Jason Roy. He scored an unbeaten 145 off just 63 balls, the highest single innings in the league. Roy became the first foreigner to score 2 triple-figure innings in the PSL, with Mohammad Hafeez not out for 41. Previously, Peshawar Zalmi scored 240 runs for 2 wickets while batting first. Captain Babar Azam scored his first century in PSL, Saeem Ayub scored 74 runs, his 2 catches were also missed, the openers gave the team a 162-run start, and bowlers from both teams stopped the rush of runs in the match. In total, he scored the highest 483 runs in a PSL match, 342 of which were scored with the help of 30 bounds, during which 21 sixes and 54 fours were hit, and Quetta scored 40 bounds. Includes fours and 10 sixes. As per the details, Quetta Gladiators openers Jason Roy and Martin Guptill kept the players on target from the start at the Pindi Cricket Stadium. When the score was 41 in the overs, Wahab took Guptill’s catch (21), and Roy had a chance when the score was 24, despite diving on Azmat’s ball, goalkeeper Haseeb failed to catch, surprisingly. The umpire gave 2 leg runs goodbye despite the ball being hit by the bat, 4, and the ground team leg was completed, Roy used 22 balls for his half-century and continued to play powerful shots on each side of the wicket. Zalmi bowlers looked completely helpless, 88 runs were scored on the power play which is this year’s record, 97 runs were scored in past, 5.6 overs became a team century, and Smedkar Matron caught a Mujeeb by 17 runs. He couldn’t hold on but was then sent to the pavilion with the help of Harris with an individual score of 26. With that, the 109-run partnership was over, and now Roy was joined by Muhammad Hafeez, both players still alive. for two. Three straight fours completed the team’s 200 runs in 16 overs, Azmat Ko Roy’s six on the second ball of the 19 over gave Quetta an incredible victory, and the opener remained unbeaten in all 145 runs, scoring this score. Made with 20 fours and 5 sixes from just 63 balls, this is the highest single innings in the PSL, previously Colin Ingram’s unbeaten 127 in Sharjah in 2019. Mohammad Hafeez was not out on 41. 3 of the 5 bowlers de Zalmi scored over 50. Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi won the toss and batted first, Babar Azam and Saeem Ayub scored 22 runs with the help of 5 caps in the first 2 overs from Naseem Shah and Amil Khan, Muhammad Hasnain proved unlucky, his first over. Naseem dropped Saeem’s catch (6) in the middle of the ball, this mistake turned out to be serious, the team made a big score by scoring 67 runs on the power play, but even metro less couldn’t stop the runs, Saeem hit Nawaz. In the second over, he completed his half-century with two successive sixes in just 24 balls. In the tenth, Babar made the team’s century and fiftieth by delivering Praetorless’s ball out of the airway. He played only 32 balls during that time.