Lahore Qalandars won the third consecutive match, how many wickets did beat Peshawar Zalmai

Lahore Qalandars won the third consecutive match, how many wickets did beat Peshawar Zalmai
LAHORE: Ravichandran defeated Fakhman Zaman and Chris Lane for the third consecutive win in the tournament by five wickets in the 24th match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Lahore. Hopes to qualify in the playoff stage have further illuminated.

According to details, Sohail Akhtar and Fakhr Zaman started the innings in pursuit of Peshawar Zalmi’s 187 runs in the match being played at Gaddafi Stadium Lahore. Akhtar was run out, he scored 21 off 19 balls with 3 fours. Chris Lane, who came in to bat at number three, played an excellent innings with Proud Zaman and added 84 runs in the second wicket to bring the overall score to 146, but Chris Lane was on the ball from Carlos Brathwaite to Yasir Shah. Caught, he batted a smoky bat and played 59 off 32 balls with 3 sixes and 6 fours.

Peshawar Zalmi captain Wahab Riaz also finished the innings of proud Zaman, who scored 63 off 45 balls with 3 sixes and four fours. All-rounder Mohamed Hafeez also failed to show a decent performance and only scored four runs before he was caught by Lewis Gregory at the ball of Carlos Brethweight. The Lahore Qalandars’ hero, Ben Dink’s unbeaten run failed to score and he only walked 7 runs. After losing five wickets, David Vieja and Smita Patel batted responsibly and gave their team their third consecutive victory in the tournament. Both players scored 11,11 to help the team win.

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Carlos Brathwaite was the most successful bowler from Peshawar Zalmi, who guided the Pavilion to 3 for 21 in two overs while Wahab Riaz took one wicket.

Earlier, Lahore Qalandars captain Sohail Akhtar won the toss and invited Peshawar Zalmi to bat, who scored 187 for seven wickets thanks to the brilliant and responsible batting of Shoaib Malik and Haider Ali. Peshawar Zalmi’s opening pair Kamran Akmal and Tom Benton started the innings and Shaheen Shah Afridi caught the ball in the second ball of the first over by Tom Hafton by Mohammad Hafeez.

Samat Patel gave his team another success in the second over and Liam Livingstone caught the pride of Zaman in trying to bind his ball, he could only make 4 runs. Opening batsman Kamran Akmal’s intentions looked dangerous, who played 12 runs with 1 six and 1 boundary but before they proved even more dangerous, Patel gave way to the pavilion with a score of 24. ۔

Veteran all-rounder Shoaib Malik and young batsman Haider Ali added 116 runs for the fourth wicket with a brilliant and aggressive batting and the total was 140 but Shoaib Malik tried to take a shot at David Vise. I was caught near the boundary by proud Zaman, who scored 62 off 43 balls with 2 sixes and 7 fours. All-rounder Louis Gregory showed aggressive intentions with a powerful six-run receipt to David Visa, but Shaheen Shah Afridi bowled him cleanly for a total score of 155, with 8 sixes off four balls. ۔ Haider Ali continued the aggressive batting and boundaries to all the bowlers, but at 157 overall they were caught by Ben Dink at the ball of Dilbar Hussein, he batted well and made 3 sixes on 43 balls. He scored 69 with 4 fours. Inspired by Captain Wahab Riaz Badge Failing to perform and just scoring 1, Shaheen Shah became bold in the hands of Afridi. Hassan Ali scored 7 and Carlos Brathwaite 16 runs.

Shaheen Shah Afridi was the most successful bowler for the Lahore Qalandars, who gave way to Pavilion for 3 for 28 in 4 overs and Smita Patel took 2 wickets while Dilbar Hussein and David Vaze took one wicket each. I succeeded.

Wahab Riaz is leading Peshawar Zalmi for the match while other players include Liam Livingstone, Kamran Akmal, Haider Ali, Tom Benton, Shoaib Malik, Louis Gregory, Carlos Braithwaite, Hassan Ali, Rahat Ali and Yasir Shah. Are.

Lahore Qalandars lead Sohail Akhtar while other players include Fakhr Zaman, Chris Lane, Mohammad Hafeez, Ben Dink, Shaheen Shah Afridi, Smit Patel, David Veez, Harris Ruff, Maaz Khan and Dilbar Hussain.

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