In the last match of the eighth occasion of Pakistan Super Association, Shaheen Shah Afridi’s forceful batting, extraordinary bowling and phenomenal authority drove Lahore Qalandars to beat Multan Kings and brought home the championships for the second time in succession.
Shaheen Shah Afridi, chief of Lahore Qalandars, won the throw and chose to bat first in the last match of Pakistan Super Association at Gaddafi Arena Lahore. The extraordinary thing about the match was that 24 thousand cricket fans watched the match.
Pursuing the objective, Multan Rulers opened the innings with Usman Khan and chief Muhammad Rizwan, both of whom were forceful toward the beginning and moved the triple dance to the adversary bowlers.
Multan Rulers experienced their most memorable misfortune in the fourth overs, when Usman Khan was excused for 18 off 12 balls for an all out score of 41.
Russo then, at that point, immediately pushed the score with Mohammad Rizwan, during which the two put on an organization of 64 off 42 balls. We should go. Rashid Khan took the wicket.
Mohammad Rizwan’s innings was finished by Rashid Khan, the skipper scored 34 runs off 23 balls, Kieron Pollard’s innings finished on 19 off 16 balls, Fakhar Zaman took a catch off Shaheen Shah Afridi’s ball.
Tim David’s innings finished on 20 runs off 16 balls, Shaheen Shah Afridi got a wicket, Anwar Ali was bowled by the captain for one score. On the extremely next ball, Usama additionally left the wrinkle, Haris Rauf got the wad of skipper Lahore Qalandars.
In 19 overs, Abbas Afridi batted forcefully and Haris Rauf needed to persevere through a beating of 21 runs in one over. Abbas Afridi scored 17 runs in 6 balls, however in the last overs, Zaman Khan crushed Multan Rulers by one score in a nerve-wracking match. Multan Rulers scored 199 runs in the allocated overs, Shaheen Shah Afridi took four gets and Rashid Khan took two wickets.