LAHORE: Thanks to Chris Lane’s brilliant batting, the Lahore Qalandars made it to the semi-finals after defeating the Multan Sultans by 9 wickets.
According to details, Lahore Qalandars won the toss against the Multan Sultans at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The Multan Sultans scored 186 for the loss of six wickets in the first game. Mushtaq Shah of Multan Sultans played a brilliant innings of 70 off 29 balls. Shane Masood, 42, Rohail Nazir 24, Warwi Bopara scored 33 runs. Lahore Qalandar’s Davidezie and Shaheen Afridi struck out two. Multan Sultans gave Lahore Qalandars a target of 187 runs to win.
Chris Lane bowled a smoky 113 from 55 balls and remained unbeaten on behalf of Lahore Qalandars, while Fakhr Zaman made 57 off 35 balls, while Sohail Akhtar remained unbeaten on 13 runs. No bowler from the Sultans could get in front of the Lahore Qalandars and only Usman Qadir could get a single out. The Lahore Qalandars got the target in the fifth ball of the 18th over.
Karachi Kings and Quetta Gladiators teams will clash with each other in the second match of the PSL. The match will be played at the National Stadium in Karachi this evening at 7 pm. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to hold all matches of Pakistan Super League at the closed stadium, following concerns of Corona virus. Fans will play.
Karachi Kings have made it to the semi-finals after defeating Islamabad United on the previous day while Multan Sultans have already reached the semi-finals. Lahore Qalandars, Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators compete for the remaining two top 4 positions. Is. Islamabad United team is out of the PSL race after defeat.
According to the spokesman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, the Pakistan Super League has been restricted to four days and the PSL schedule has been changed. The matches will be on schedule till March 15, while the playoffs of the event have been achieved in the semifinals. Both semi-finals will be played at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore on March 17, while the final on March 18 will also be played in Lahore. The spokesman added that 33 matches will be played instead of 34 in PSL Five.