Peshawar Zalmi Vs Quetta Gladiators
In Game 19, they lost 4 games at 153 odds, which was largely due to the strong impact of Kamran Akmal. “Yellow Storm” invited Quetta Gladiator to hit the ball first after winning the roll.
Akmal fueled the blistering of Zalmi and he ran all the way, even though he only scored 101 shots after only 54 goals. Unfortunately, he fell on the 55th aircraft he was facing and swept it into the waiting hand of Jason Roy in the deep middle gate of the Fawad Ahmed aircraft.
Other contributions came from Haider Ali, who scored 25 of 28 points. Shoaib Malik contributed 7 of 12 points.
Opener Tom Banton was the first to leave at the age of 44 in Zalmi, and he scored only 3 points in 6 deliveries.
Earlier, Wahab Riaz was a bowler for Peshawar Zalmi with two wickets for a total of 21.
Riaz gave Shane Watson a pack in the fourth game of the game. Followed by Ahmed Shehzad, who returned to the pavilion with just 12 running points contributed by Mohammad Amir Khan.
Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed left for the third time after his Zalmi opponent Darren Sammy was knocked down 41 times.
Riaz then defeated the hero of the last game, Mohammad Nawaz, with only nine runs, while Raham Ali suffered two runs.
For the gladiators, Jason Roy and Sarfaraz are excellent hitters, scoring 73 * and 41 respectively.
Zalmi made a change to the team that replaced Mohammad Amir Khan with Mohammad Mohsin.
For the Quetta Gladiator, Tymal Mills replaced Ben Cutting and Ahsan Ali as Abdul Nasir.
Gladiator Captain Sarfaraz Ahmed said after being invited to make the first shot: “This looks like a good shot.” “We have a good combination and will try to play A good grade.
The gladiators participated in this game, starting their Pakistan Super League (PSL) 5 campaign with a victory, defeating the two-time winner Islamabad United with three wickets in the opening game of the tournament.
On the other hand, Zalmi almost scored 2 points last night against the Karachi Kings, but due to a quick scramble between Babar Azam and captain Imad Wasim And failed.
Peshawar Zalmi: Kamran Akmal, Tom Banton, Shaib Ali, Shoaib Malik, LS Livingstone, Darren Sammy (Captain), Liam Dawson, Wahab Riyaz, Hasan Ali, Rahat Ali, Mohamed Amir Khan
Quetta Gladiators: Jason Roy, Ahmed Shehad, Shane Watson, Ahsan Ali, Safaraz Ahmed (Captain), Azam Khan, Mohammed Nawaz, Sohail Khan, Mohammed Hasnin, Farwad Ahmed, Tamil Mills.
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