Multan Sultans defeated Karachi Kings in a thrilling game

At the Multan Cricket Stadium in Multan on Wednesday, Multan Sultans defeated Karachi Kings by 3 runs in the 11th game of the eighth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL)

Multan Sultans defeated Karachi Kings

At the Multan Cricket Stadium in Multan on Wednesday, Multan Sultans defeated Karachi Kings by 3 runs in the 11th game of the eighth season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), with Kings failing to reach the enormous 197-run goal set for them.

Mohammad Rizwan’s spectacular century helped the Multan Sultans defeated Karachi Kings, who were given the opportunity to bat first, set a massive score of 197 before their outstanding bowling performance reduced Kings to 193-5 in 20 overs.

Abbas Afridi held off 22 runs in the last over to help his team win in an exciting match as the second innings came to a finish.

Imad Wasim, the captain, gave it his all, scoring 46 runs off of 26 balls, but it wasn’t enough to cover the distance.

In response to the significant aim of 197 runs, James Vince and Matthew Wade put up a 72-run partnership for the first wicket to put their team in charge.

Vince needed only 20 balls to get his half-century. To accomplish his fifty, the English batsman smashed six fours and four maximums.

Wade was eventually caught for an LBW (leg-between-wicket) by spinner Usama Mir, breaking the partnership. 20 runs in 14 balls were scored by the left-handed hitter before leaving the game.

After a mix-up between him and Haider Ali, the dangerous Vince was forced to leave in the tenth over. After a run-out, he was forced to leave the field after scoring 75 runs on only 34 balls.

Haider was the third hitter to be struck out. He attempted to play a cut shot off Khushdil Shah, but the ball edged and landed in Rizwan’s hands.

After James Vince exited after a run-out, the left-arm spinner sent Haider Ali back to the pavilion.

Veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik attempted to smash Abbas for a six as the needed run rate grew, but he was unable to clear the fence, and Kieron Pollard made an incredible catch to dismiss him.

In the last over, all-rounder Ben Cutting (12) was bowled by Abbas.

Ihsanullah, who led the PSL 8 in wickets, failed to pick up any, although he bowled his important four overs with a frugal economy of 4.25.

Abbas collected two wickets for Multan Sultans, while Usama and Khusdil both claimed one.

Earlier, Multan Sultans set Karachi Kings a goal of 197 runs thanks to captain Rizwan’s outstanding century.

Sultans got off to a strong start, but Shoaib Malik handed Kings the crucial advantage by sending Shan Masood back to the sidelines, dropping the home team to 85-1.

Shan, who had struggled in the previous games, found his form again and teamed up with captain Rizwan to give his team a significant advantage. For the first wicket, the two batsman cobbled together an 85-run partnership.

The left-handed hitter, who scored 51 runs and lined up six boundaries and a maximum, was forced to leave the field, however.

Rilee Rossouw, who is now in good form, entered the fray and carried on where he left off in the last game. The South African batsman began to score boundaries, but Rizwan was the one who most severely punished the opposing bowlers.

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The two batsmen pulled up an incredible 109-run partnership for the second wicket, although Rizwan was responsible for 77 of those runs.

Rossouw scored 29 runs off 21 balls before dying in the last over.

Malik and Mohammad Umar both got one wicket for Karachi.


Written by Istafa Ali


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