Qalandars ‘Samit Patel became the star of the game and was properly awarded the “player of the game” for his four-door game, and only five of them conceded proved to help limit the total number of gladiators’ games to 98- 9.
Qalandars won the game and sent the gladiators to hit the ball first.
In the Gladiator’s game, Sohail Khan scored the highest (32 out of 35).
Zahid Mahmood scored 19, while Mohammad Nawaz scored 10 points.
Shane Watson, Azam Khan, and Ben Cutting were all stunned.
For Qalandars batsmen, Fakhar Zaman in the opener scored 20, Mohammad Hafeez 39 and Ben Dunk scored 30.
One side quickly chased 99 targets with a loss of only two ticket gates at a speed of 11.5 times, and both picked up the gladiator Muhammad Nawaz.
Despite the victory, Qalandars is still at the bottom of the table, but now has a total of 4 points instead of the top 2.
The gladiator was placed above it with only 6 points.
Qalandars in Lahore: Fakhar Zaman, DJ Vilas †, Mohammad Hafeez, BR Dunk, SR Patel, Sohail Akhtar *, D Wiese, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Salman Irshad, Dilbar Hussain, Raja Farzan
Quetta Gladiators: JJ Roy, SR Watson, Ahmed Shehzad, Azam Khan, Safaraz Aha Sarfaraz Ahmed * †, BCJ Cut, Mohammad Nawaz (3), Sohail Khan, Zahid Mahmood, Fawa Fawad Ahmed, Mohammad Hasnain.
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