Lahore Qalandars Vs Karachi Kings
Lahore Qalandars defeated the Karachi Kings eight times in two PSL 2020 confrontations on Sunday.
Qalandars chased the 188-ball goal set by the Kings, thanks to Ben Dunk’s six-pointer offense, and Ben Dunk made the ball fly 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.
Both remained upright until the end of the situation, which exceeded 19.1 points.
King Karachi claimed that the only two ticket gates were Fakhar Zaman’s wicket, Mohammad Amir knocked down a duck, and Cameron Delport ( Moermad Hafeez (16 runs and 24 goals) was caught by Cameron Delport (Umer Khan).
The result provided a good opportunity for both sides to advance to the top 4. The Karachi Kings are fourth with 7 points, while Lahore Qalandars is fifth with 6 points.
Karachi Kings innings
The Kings game was driven by Alex Hales and Chadwick Walton, who scored 80 and 45 points respectively. In the first round with a high octane number, Hayes and Walton hit five 6s respectively.
Before the two entered into a partnership, the party experienced a steady decline in ticket gates-five to be exact.
Sharjeel Khan was the first to be fired, and ticket inspector Wiese kicked Shaheen Afridi’s ball with a 2.4-point advantage.
In second place was Babar Azam (29 points and 38 losses), which was screened by Sohail Akhtar when Maaz Khan delivered with an over-odd of 8.5 points. The ticket gate marked Maaz’s first game.
When he bowled and caught Delport, who scored 15 of 13 goals and then hit again with 1.2 points.
Delport’s replacement, Iftikhar Ahmed, is next. He was exhausted by Fakhar Zaman’s delivery. His contribution to total income was only a small sum.
The fifth ticket gate taken was Walton’s, who performed well at 20:45 before Salman Arshad’s service sent him away.
Qalandars won the game and chose the first game, while the Kings set the goal.
The Kings played in this game after being eliminated from the game against Multan Sultan, while the Qalandar defeated Quetta Gladiators with 8 wickets in the game last night.
For Qalandars, Mohammad Hafeez scored the highest with 123 runs and scored 98 *. Last night’s heroes, Samit Patel and Ben Dunk, each scored 121 runs.
In the bowling department, Dilbar Hussain and Shaheen Shah Afridi both chose six wickets for Qalandars.
For the Kings, Babar Azam topped the batting list with 187 runs. Alex Hales is another player who has played 159 times.
Among bowlers, Mohammad Amir is impressive, with 9 wickets and the best 4-25.
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