Islamabad United VS Multan Sultans
The Islamabad United
, led by Luke Ronchi, defeated Multan Sultans by eight wickets on Saturday to record their 2020 Pakistan Super League (PSL) First victory.
Batman in Islamabad never chased Sultan Moore’s Sultan 165. Munro scored half a century from 32 goals and scored four six-pointers before being knocked down by Shahid Afridi’s bowling ball.
Just when Manchester United needed two runs to win, Ronci left 74 from 45 goals. To complete the game, Ronchi withdrew the goods captured by Vince from Ilyas.
Earlier, Islamabad United bowler Amad Butt took the scalp four times, reducing the Multan Sultans to 20 points and reducing it to 164/8.
Captain Shan Masood and Vince stood in their positions and gave Sultan Sultan a tough time. However, after Masood was removed from Faheem Ashraf, the ticket gates continued to decline as Amad Butt withdrew Moeen Ali and Rossouw by 10 and 0 respectively.
Although Zeeshan Ashraf did revive Multan Sultans slightly for half a century, the onslaught of Musa and Akif prevented the Sudanese from extricating themselves, disbanding Afridi for 10 rounds, and Sohail Tanvir was trapped by Butt for lbw 11.
The two-time winner Islamabad United lost to defending champion Quetta Gladiator in the opening match, while Sultan Moore Sultan in action on Friday night lost Lahore Qalandars to five wickets And thus got two valuable points.
“Our team needs to improve in all three divisions of the game,” Islamabad captain Shadab Khan said after winning the game. “We did not perform well in the previous game.”
Multan Sultans captain Shan Masood said that if he wins, he will also choose to play first. He praised Shahid Afridi, the former Pakistan cricket team captain, for his outstanding performance in the previous game.
United, led by young tongue twister Shadab Khan, has experienced foreign and domestic players. From South African pacemaker Dale Steyn to Colin Ingram, plus the main striker Luke Ronchi, plus a small amount of Phil Salt and David Munro, Manchester United is perfectly integrated.
In addition, there are local crops of all-around players such as Faheem Ashraf and Hussain Talat, Mohammad Musa and Ruman Reitz (Ruman Raees) Speeded up.
On the other hand, Multan Sultans, led by Shan Masood, is a mix of old and new. People like Shahid Afridi, Shoaib Malik and Rohail Nazeer can surprise the table.
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