Rizwan did the ‘game’ with Afridi, Qalandars came out arrogant, Sultans’ entry in the final


Multan Sultans reached the final of PSL
Lahore was defeated in the qualifier match

New Delhi. The first qualifier match of the Pakistan Super League was played on Wednesday at the Gaddafi Stadium amid clashes between supporters of former PM Imran Khan and the police on the streets of Lahore. Multan Sultans defeated the tournament’s strongest team Lahore Qalandars in a one-sided match and made it to the PSL final for the third time in a row. Wicketkeeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan’s team Multan scored 160 runs in 20 overs. In response, Shaheen Afridi’s entire team returned to the pavilion only for 76 runs.

Multan Sultans won the toss and decided to bat first. Usman Khan and captain Mohammad Rizwan, who scored the fastest century in PCL, added 53 runs for the first wicket. Kieron Pollard did the work of taking the team to a big score. Who played a blistering inning of 57 runs in 34 balls. Pollard hit one four and 6 sixes. Multan scored 160 runs losing 5 wickets in the stipulated overs. Haris Rauf took 3 wickets. Captain Shaheen Afridi gave 47 runs in 4 overs without taking a wicket.

Chasing the target, the start of Lahore Qalandars was very bad. Half the team returned to the pavilion by 45 runs. In front of Multan’s bowlers, 8 batsmen of Lahore could not touch the figure of Dahai. The whole team could score only 76 runs. Sheldon Cottrell took 3 and Usama Mir took 2 wickets.

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shaheen will get another chance
Islamabad United will take on Peshawar Zalmi in the Eliminator round of PSL on March 16. The team that wins this match will face Lahore Qalandars in Qualifier 2. In such a situation, Shaheen Afridi’s team will have another chance to make it to the finals. The final of PSL will be played on 19 March.

Tags: Muhammad Rizwan, P.S.L., Shaheen Afridi

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