Sultans down pathetic Qalandars as empty stands hit PSL hard
Multan Sultans Friday opened their Pakistan Super League fifth edition account with a five-wicket win courtesy to old pathetic mindset of Lahore
Qalandars as usual struggled to put a decent total on the scoreboard and could manage to reach 138-8 in allotted 20 overs on pitch dubbed as a fresh one by Multan’s captain Shan Masood and did not offer that kind of clean hitting opportunities that could fire up the atmosphere of a T20 match. Sultans achieved the target in 16th over for the loss of five wickets.
Shaheen Afridi was impressive with the ball as he took one wicket for 18 runs in four overs. Haris Rauf proved a big disappointment after his brilliant show in Australia’s Big Bash League, as he conceded 40 runs in four over and got one wicket only.Fakhar Zaman showed some resolve to regain his lost form by hitting a six and two fours but he failed to control his temperament and just after two balls become the second victim of Moeen in same over and Qalandars were reduced to 60-2.
Qalandars reached 100 runs mark in 13.4 overs and could add only 38 more in next 6.2 overs that summed up their performance and Multan Sultans dominance in the field.It would be a tough ask for Qalnadars bowlers, who are without a decent regular spinner as compared to their opponents who played with three spinners, to defend the total.
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