DUBAI: The Peshawar Zalmi have scored 37 runs in six over at the loss of one wicket against Quetta Gladiators after they were put them to bat first in the third match of the Pakistan Super League 2019.
Quetta Gladiators won the toss and decided to bowl first against Peshawar Zalmi at the Dubai Cricket Stadium.
The Gladiators have made 37 runs after six over for the loss of one wicket. Kamran Akmal and Sohaib Maqsood at the crease.
Quetta Gladiators: Sarfaraz, Ahmed Shehzad, Umar Akmal, Dwayne Smith, Rossouw, Mohammad Nawaz, Watson, Ghulam Muddassir, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Irfan Jr, Fawad Ahmed
Peshawar Zalmi: Kamran, Fletcher, Maqsood, Misbah, Pollard, Dawson, Sammy, Wahab Riaz, Hasan Ali, Umaid Asif, Sameen Gul
Karachi Kings Vs Multan Sulan
Earlier, Karachi Kings beat Multan Sultan by seven runs in a thrilling match.
Kings opener Liam Livingstone blistering 82-run 43-ball knock helped Karachi Kings to set a 184 target.
Sultans could only muster 176 runs in their allotted 20 overs.
Man-of-the-match Livingstone and Babar Azam opened the innings for the Kings, whereas Mohammad Irfan bowled the first over for the Sultans.
The Kings openers dealt everything that the Sultans threw at them masterfully, bringing up their side’s 50 in the 6th over and 100 in the 11th over.
The opening wicket finally fell in the 16th over when Livingstone skied one and was holed out. He finished with 43-ball 82 laced with 6 sixes and just as many fours.
Livingstone’s departure opened the floodgates for Sultans who picked three quick wickets in the next few overs, including the prized one of Azam, who contributed a 59-ball 77.
In all, the Kings lost six wickets in the final 5 overs to finish with a total score of 183-6.
Shan Masood and Tom Moores started the run chase for the Sultans but their partnership didn’t last long; Mohammad Amir had Moores caught in just the second over.
When Masood’s laboured 20-run knock came to an end in the 9th over, it was all Karachi. However, Laurie Evans and Shoaib Malik stabilised the Multan ship before the latter went berserk in the 14th over, plundering 24 runs laced with five straight boundaries off Ravi Bopara.
Evans’ and Malik’s 49- and 52-run knocks could only do so much for the Sultans, who were 139-5 after 16.3 overs in pursuit of their 184-run target.