Lahore Qalandars won their first victory in the Pakistan Premier League in 2020, and they defeated defending champion Quetta Gladiators in a 37-round high-point day/night game at Gaddafi Stadium on Tuesday.
Chasing a huge goal of 210 goals, the Gladiators knocked down 172 in 20 games.
Left-handed cricketer Dunk became a cricketer’s draft pick, scoring 43 goals at par 93 and smashing 10 6s and 3 4s before exiting.
He received much-needed support from Smith Patel. Smith Patel scored 71 goals with 40 goals. His game consisted of 9 4s and only 2 6s.
Ben Cutting proved some help to the gladiators when selecting the two important wicket gates of Patel and Dunk, but not before they caused damage.
For the gladiators, the cut brought the only impressive performance to their batting, with a half-century score including five 6s and three 4s. He scored 53 goals out of 27.
Nawaz scored 24 goals from 17 goals before he was dismissed by Faizan before being dismissed by Daibar Hussain.
Earlier, Shane Watson looked in danger when he hit two 6s, but was caught by Dunk during Dilbar Hussain’s delivery. He scored 23 of 17 goals.
Dilbar Hussain, Faizan and Patel all picked up three ticket gates, which are also good for Qalandars. However, it was Salman Arshad who provoked the four wickets to the greatest extent to the gladiators.
|Also, Check Out|
Last Updated on