LAHORE: Lahore Qalandars defeated Karachi Kings by 8 wickets in the 23rd match of the Pakistan Super League Five. Ben Dunk scored 99 runs while smothering the team.
According to details, exciting and exciting matches are underway in the fifth edition of the Pakistan Super League. In the 23rd match of the event, Lahore Qalandars defeated Karachi Kings by 8 wickets. Lahore Qalandars got the target in the first ball of the last over. What.
Lahore Qalandars proudly returned to the pavilion without any time, while Mohammad Hafeez, 16, Ben Dink batted a fumble with 99 and Sohail Akhtar scored a brilliant 68. Karachi Kings’ Mohammad Aamir and Omar Khan. He got one, one wicket.
Karachi Kings batted first and scored 187 for 5 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs and gave the Lahore Qalandars a target of 188 runs. Sharjeel Khan, Karachi Babar Azam 38, Delport 15, Iftikhar. Ahmed 1, Walton scored 45 runs while Alex Hales remained unbeaten on 80. Mahaj Khan got two wickets and Salman Irshad got one wicket from Lahore Qalandars.
Earlier, Lahore Qalandars had decided to field by winning the toss against Karachi Kings. Lahore Qalandars were led by Sohail Akhtar and Karachi Kings were led by Emad Wasim. However, two changes were made in Lahore Qalandars on this occasion. Usman Shinwari and Mojad Khan were included in the squad instead of Hussein and Farzan Raja.
The match between Multan Sultans and Islamabad United in Rawalpindi was delayed due to rain and delayed the match to 9 overs due to lack of time. Islamabad United batted first and set a target of 92 runs for the Multan Sultans, but Multan Sultans easily defeated Islamabad United by 9 wickets.
Lahore Qalandars: Sohail Akhtar, Fakhr Zaman, Mohammad Hafeez, Shaheen Afridi, David Weiss, Usman Shinwari, Harris Rauf, Salman Butt, Chris Line, Same Patel, Prasanna, Ben Dunk, Maaz Khan, Jahid Ali, Mohammad Faizan and Dan Villas.
Karachi Kings: Emad Wasim, Babar Azam, Sharjeel Khan, Alex Hales, Cameron Delport, Walton, Mohammad Amir, Amir Yamin, Jordan, Iftikhar Ahmed and Omar Khan.
Remember that for the first time all Pakistan Super League matches are being played in Pakistan. A total of 34 matches will be played in 32 days in the PSL event. Out of which 14 matches will be in Lahore, 9 in Karachi, 8 in Rawalpindi and 3 in Multan.