Multan Sultans outmatched Karachi Kings’ by seven wickets in the initial match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2022 at National Stadium in Karachi with captain Mohammad Rizwan playing a fine 52-run not-out thump to assist his group with beginning the current year’s PSL crusade on a triumphant note on the night when Babar Azam neglected to play a major inning.PCB Mohammad Rizwan’s 52-run knock helps Multan Sultans outclass Karachi Kings’ by seven wickets
Kings stayed on top as Tahir’s spell confined Kings’ to a measly 124-run complete, and in answer, Sultans pursued down the 125 run focus in 18.2 overs with Shan Masood (26) and Sohaib Maqsood (30) staying remarkable scorers other than Rizwan
Rizwan in scored 52 runs in 47 balls with the assistance of five fours and a one six, while Babar didn’t get the stream in his inning as he died for only 23 runs off 29 balls.
Imran Tahir was the star with the ball today for Multan Sultans as his splendid spell of 3-16 of every fours overs limited Karachi Kings’ to a small 124 run all out for the deficiency of five wickets in 20 overs in the initial match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2022.
Just forceful opener Sharjeel Khan was the top-scorer of Kings’ as he indented 43 runs off 31 balls, while Babar Azam neglected to play a major thump getting out for 23 runs.
Mohammad Rizwan’s 52-run knock helps Multan Sultans outclass Karachi Kings’ by seven wickets
In the mean time, for the Kings’, the fall of wickets started in the tenth over when Tahir got the first and critical wicket of Sharjeel Khan (43), who was having some fantastic luck with his initial accomplice and captain Babar Azam.
Later in the eleventh over, Khushdil Shah took the wicket of Babar in the following more than (23), stacking up tension on the Sultans.
Mohammad Nabi was the third man to go for 10 of 17 balls and the man to excuse him was Tahir. In the equivalent over, the veteran spinner got the wicket of Tom Lammonby (1). Joe Clarke (26) was excused by Shahnawaz Dahani in the eighteenth over.
The Sultans just gave six additional items in 20 overs. Reigning champs Multan had won the throw and chose for field first against Karachi.
It should be noticed that Multan Sultans skipper Mohammad Rizwan won the throw and chose to bowl against Karachi Kings in the initial match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) at the National Cricket Stadium Karachi.
Karachi Kings: Babar Azam (c), Sharjeel Khan, Joe Clarke (wk), Mohammad Nabi, Tom Lammonby, Lewis Gregory, Aamer Yamin, Mohammad Imran, Mohammad Taha, Umaid Asif, Mohammad Ilyas
Multan Sultans: Shan Masood, Mohammad Rizwan (c)(wk), Sohaib Maqsood, Rilee Rossouw, Tim David, Khushdil Shah, David Willey, Imran Tahir, Imran Khan Sr, Shahnawaz Dahani, Ihsanullah
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