Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans: Sultans crush Qalandars by five wickets

Lahore Qalandars vs Multan Sultans

Lahore Qalander Vs Multan Sultans Match 2

At the Gaddafi Stadium on Friday, the 2nd T20 game of the Pakistan Super League 2020, the Multan Sultans easily defeated Lahore Qalandars with five wickets.

Multan’s captain Shan Masood tossed a little, knocked Lahore into a nice wicket and expected to score.

Lahore scored 138 points with 138 points out of 20 points and Multan scored 142 points with 5 points out of 16.1 points.

Masood kept the innings in line and kept the team on the chase with a solid and responsible 38-run of 29 goals, hitting four-quarters and sixteen, and the visiting team lost the unveiling at 24 and 22 War James Vince (18) Moeen Ali (11 years old), 43 years old. However, Shan kept the scoring record and, together with Rilee Rossouw, issued 42 points for the third ticket gate.

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Rilee (32) was the fifth hitter after Masood left earlier. Rilee hit 28 goals and hit two quarters and sixs, putting his team on the threshold of victory before being fired.

Shahid Afridi is the next person to come in. He did not disappoint the audience. He scored 2 quarters and 6 sixs with 12 goals to win an undefeated 21 points to ensure the Sudan won.

Shaheen Afridi, Haris Rauf, and David Wiese are 18, 40, and 40 for Lahore Qalandars, respectively. Eleven runs provide a ticket gate.

Lahore had a solid start, with Fakhar Zaman and Chirs Lynn making 59 runs for the crowded audience before the opening ceremony.

It seems that both people who are off to a good start will finish the allocated match to post a big total.

But for the country, suddenly things are getting worse and worse, after experiencing a fierce peak and mid-level collapse, from 1 with 59 points to 2 with 60 and 3 with 63. The scoring king’s opening match Lynn scored 59 points after he scored 39 points. He hit four three-quarters and six six-pointers from 19 goals, then ran again, and Fahal also left. Lahore Qalandars, 63, lost Ben Dunk’s third ticket gate (3), and the home team found it difficult to unite to defend Murtan Sudan (Multan Sultans) Bowlers fight for their pride.

Lahore captain Sohail Akhtar kicked the captain’s knock and scored 34 of 20 goals, including one-four and three-six.

Wicketkeeper-batsman’s Dane Vilas made 19 runs with Lahore’s fourth players Ben Dunk (3), David Weise (3), Shaheen Afridi (2) and Haris Rauf (0), but none scored.

Muhammad Hafeez scored 14 goals.

The contestant Imran Tahir finished two matches with 21, Muhammad Ilyas got two wickets with 16 and Moeen Ali Ali) won two ticket gates with a score of 13 and Sohail Tanvir won a ticket gate with 36 innings.

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