PSL 2021: Multan Sultan Wins By 31 Runs Against Islamabad United

Multan Sultan Wins By 31 Runs Against Islamabad United

In the sixth edition of the Qualifier of Pakistan Super League (PSL 2021) Multan Sultan won the game by 31 runs against Islamabad United.

Multan qualified for the final after defeating Islamabad.

In the Islamabad, Karachi Kings or Peshawar Zalmi will face up in eliminator 2.

Sohail Tanvir had a breakthrough at the beginning of Multan’s bowling for a duck with Colin Munro in the second bowl.

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In the third stage, Muhammad Akhlaq was dismissed in ten runs by imran Khan Snr’s direct hit at non-end striker’s while fighting to overcome his pitch.

Sohail had the wicket of skipper Shadab Khan on his duck in the fifth ball of the same day, with the nice catch of Shan Masood on the cover drive.

Blessings On the ninth day Muzarabani sent Iftikhar Ahmed back to the Pavilion on 16 runs following a chipping ball to Multans wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan and he broke an important 40.

In the 10th, as he looked like Imran Tahir was pushing a slow bowl, Mohammad Rizwan stumped Asif Ali in 1st.

Usman handed him a 14th Blessings strike after Hussain Talat and hit 18 runs.

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Sohail rejected Usman for 70 runs in the 15th overall.

At the 16th place, Amran hit Hasan Ali again, when he retired on 10 runs with a huge catch by Rilee Rossouw while he dropped lbw on 13 runs in 18th place over Mohammad Wasim.

Faheem Ashraf and Hussain Talat dropped all-rounder on 25 runs and took their teams to the tournament finals.

Multan had previously won the toss and decided to battle Islamabad first.

Islamabad won four wickets in the game against Multan.

In ten league matches, Islamabad won five games on the trot, ending with an incredible eight victories. Of the first four games of the Karachi leg, they won three.

Usman Khawaja and Colin Munro’s foreign opening duo blinked at them.

Usman wrote the Abu-Dhabi leg for only a century, leading Islamabad to victory over Peshawar Zalmi in a record-breaking thriller last week.

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