Lahore Qalandars Vs Peshawar Zalmi
The Lahore Karandal continued to win a second straight game against Peshawar Zalmi on Tuesday at Gaddafi Stadium, beating the latter’s five wickets.
It wasn’t until Brathwaite took two quick ticket gates that Zalmi began to believe in a victory again. The West Indians eliminated Bunker with a 7-under-5 goal, while Mohammad Hafeez scored 4 shots into Qalandars’ table.
Earlier, due to the fiery half-century from Fakhar Zaman and Chris Lynn, Qalandars put their disadvantages on the home court of Gaddafi Stadium in the match against Peshawar Zalmi.
Zaman and Sohail Akhtar attacked the entire ground, and Qalandars began to leap. However, when Haider Ali threw a ball to help deplete Akhtar, an unfortunate accident for the Kalandar occurred. He scored 21 goals out of 19 and made three 4-pointers.
Chris Lynn walked the road and served the Zalmi pitcher from the word “go”. His situation featured a towering six-pointer and a fierce 4s. Lynn scored 59 goals out of 32 and then picked up Braithwaite from Yair Shah for a sublime dive that brought him back to the pavilion.
Yasir Shah took another capture and later delivered it, firing Zaman. He scored 63 from 46 goals and scored a total of 7 boundaries (four 4s and three 6s).
A game that seems to have been in control for a long time seems to finally get rid of Lahore’s control. There is no doubt that it was allowed to go downhill, but Samit Patel and David Wiese did what was needed to make their team win for the third consecutive time.
Earlier, Peshawar Zalmi was invited to set a goal of 188 after the first strike against Lahore Qalandars.
Both Haider Ali and Shoaib Malik have scored for half a century, and despite losing seven wickets, they have greatly improved the team’s score.
After losing the toss, Zalmi was hit by the Qalandars.
Zalmi suffered a setback when Shaheen Shah Afridi fired Banton in the first bowl caught by Mohammad Hafeez.
Soon after, official Samit Patel took over the Livingstone ticket gate. Before heading to the exhibition hall, he scored 4 disappointing 5 goals.
Dangerous Kamran Akmal hit four and six points before getting off the car, respectively, and Pas Patel was caught by Haris Rauf.
Having lost three wickets in advance in four games, the team successfully resumed Ali and Malik’s performances.
Marrick scored 62 goals and scored 43 goals, but due to a misjudged shooting percentage, he sent it to Fakhar Zaman from a long distance and was fired by Wiese.
After Malik was fired, opponents of Louis Gregory (4 goals, 8 goals) and Ali (69 pff 43) were defeated by Afridi and Dilbar Hussain, respectively.
Wahab Riaz scored just one goal and was sent for packing. He was taken away by Afridi, who took three ticket gates in a game.
Peshawar Zalmi is second with 9 points. So far, Yellow Storm has won four of the eight games.
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Two days ago, the Lahore Karandal and his wife defeated the Karachi Kings on eight courts, and took part in the game.
Qalandars will look for their star left-hand hitter Dunk to release the hell of Zalmi bowler.
Qalandars chased the 188-ball goal set by the Kings in the previous game, thanks to Ben Dunk’s six-pointer offense, Ben Dunk waved 12 times, including the last goal of the game.
The dunk era is less than a century old, but it has successfully accumulated 99 and only delivered 40.
Sohail Akhtar is another big hand, scoring 68 of 46 balls.
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