You are currently viewing Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars | Match 28 | PSL 6

Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars | Match 28 | PSL 6

Sultans smoke Qalandars on the back of Shahnawaz Dhani’s 4 for 5

Multan Sultans beat Lahore Qalandars 89 (Faulkner 22, Dhani 4-5, Imran Khan 3-24) by 80 runs in Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars Match 28  PSL 6 There has been a lot of talk about when the world will get back to normal, but Lahore Qalandars appear to be there anyway. Now, Qalandars’ playoff hopes depend on the outcome of Quetta Gladiators vs. Karachi Kings.

A rare capitulation from a side for whom capability to the semis once looked a simple custom means their opportunities for movement remain in a precarious situation.They were swept aside by 80 runs by the Multan Sultans, who bowled Sohail Akhtar’s team out for 89 runs in 15.1 overs.

This was a devastating blow to the Qalandars’ net run rate, which they could ill afford to absorb, in addition to the points going to the Sultans.Shahnawaz Dhani was the one who orchestrated the huge victory, taking four wickets once more in the face of Qalandars’ sluggish opposition.

Qalandars’ decision to put Sultans in first was curious, but the bowlers kept them on a leash for much of the innings, despite losing three consecutive matches when they failed to chase targets in Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars Match 28  PSL 6.

Multan Sultans Vs Lahore Qalandars  Match 28  PSL 6

Sultans were never truly able to pull away, with the exception of a menacing 63-run partnership between Rilee Rossouw and Sohaib Maqsood, whose 40-ball 60 was reminiscent of his best moments as a T20 power hitter.Shaheen Afridi and James Faulkner assisted Qalandars in breaking through the middle order and leaving Quetta hovering around 140 after that partnership broke down.Sultans were able to set Qalandars at 170 to win thanks to a destructive, in every sense of the word, final over from Haris Rauf, which Sohail Tanvir plundered for 24.

That was always going to be difficult, given their difficulties in chasing during this portion of the tournament.The promotion of Ben Dunk indicated a shift in strategy.But the experiment didn’t work out, and Dhani, who was amazing once more, got some extra bounce to knock out Fakhar Zaman, who was struggling.

As Mohammad Hafeez was knocked down by a missed shot, Blessing Muzarabani got in on the action as well.Imran Tahir joined the party as well, and beside one major over kindness Faulkner, the pursuit was rarely truly on.The Qalandars were spared from the conflict when he was let go.The Qalandars may soon be leaving Abu Dhabi at this rate.

Dhani delight Shahnawaz Dhani continues to have a special relationship with the PSL, and his mind-boggling score of 3.1-1-5-4 marked the pinnacle of a tournament that was already glittering.The very first time he bowled, he nailed Fakhar Zaman with a bouncer off his first ball, immediately putting Qalandars on the back foot and showing signs of a remarkable day.

He ended Qalandars’ last hope when he came back in the middle overs, giving Faulkner’s adventurous little stay more bounce.In this kind of mood, he accomplished the snuffing of the tail with disdainful ease. The only thing left to do was to kill the tail.

The seemingly impregnable situation Lahore found themselves in 19 overs into the match is easy to forget. Harif Rauf’s 20th overTanvir kept the strike off the final ball of the previous over in the hopes of getting a few big hits in as Sultans stumbled to 145.It started with two or three dirty fours, preceding a sledge blow over square leg for six saw the energy shift unfavorably away from the striving Qalandars.

Tanvir, who has struggled to score runs in this PSL, managed another ten off the final two with assistance from extremely average bowling, regaining the momentum.Lahore had only given up 26 runs in the previous five overs, but Sultans took 24 more in just one.Lahore would never recover fully.

Lahore Qalandars and Multan Sultans are tied for ten points, and both teams have one more game to play.Sultans are guaranteed a playoff spot, barring a historically devastating loss to Islamabad United, and have the tournament’s highest net run rate.In the meantime, Quetta Gladiators are in charge of the Qalandars’ fate.Qalandars will win the last playoff spot if they can defeat Karachi Kings in the last place Gladiators.

The Kings, on the other hand, will advance to the playoffs ahead of the Qalandars due to their superior net run rate with a victory, increasing their lead to ten points.

Shahnawaz DhaniSohaib MaqsoodMultan SultansLahore QalandarsSultans vs. QalandarsPSL Dhani blows away Qalandars as Multan Sultans climb to second place. The 22-year-old pacer was all over Lahore Qalandars in their pursuit of a significant victory for Multan Sultans.

Sultans were given a platform by Sohaib Maqsood’s 60 off 40, and Sohail Tanvir’s pyrotechnics in the final over advanced the team even further.In response, the Lahore Qalandars never got close to winning the match because they kept losing wickets and lost 80 runs.The weak riposte was significantly down to Dhani’s amazing spell of quick bowling – 3.1 overs, 10 spots, 5 runs, 4 wickets.

Sultans’ innings fell under Maqsood’s control very early on, when Shaheen Afridi caught Shan Masood on the leg before the first ball of the wicket.Maqsood recovered from the initial jolt by scoring two fours off James Faulkner in the second over. However, Haris Rauf got Mohammad Rizwan to give Ben Dunk one in the fourth over, causing the batting side to suffer another setback.

They still had 50 in the PowerPlay, so Johnson Charles could start like he did last time to give the team a boost in the middle overs.However, Rashid Khan’s attempt was ended very early, in the eighth over, when he failed to read a googly, leaving Sultans on 60 for 3.After being run out by Ahmed Danyal Mohammad Hafeez in successive overs to reduce his team to 87 for 3 in ten overs, Maqsood once more had to bring life back into the innings.

He and Rilee Rossouw formed a strong partnership before Rossouw was run out in the 15th over for a 24-ball 29. They scored 63 runs in 42 deliveries.During this stand, Maqsood scored a half-century, but he fell in the next over, causing Sultans to lose four overs before the final one.

They were at risk of finishing with a subpar total as they went from 125 for 4 in 15 overs to 145 for 8 in 19.But Sohail Tanvir stepped up and threw everything at Haris Rauf and Lahore Qalandars in the final six balls to save his team.Sultans were 169 for 8 in a 24-run over thanks to three fours and two sixes.

Ben Dunk was Qalandars’ attempt to start the chase, but the wicketkeeper-batsman only made it halfway through the second over when he got the leading edge while trying to pull one over midwicket and gave Charles a simple catch at cover.Fakhar Zaman was soon dismissed by pacer Shahnawaz Dhani, and Mohammad Hafeez continued his blistering PSL 2021 run.

when he fell in the fifth while attempting a cut shot off Blessing Muzarabani.After the team was reduced to 34 for 3 in six overs, Agha Salman and Sohail Akhtar took too long to lead a possible recovery.After the PowerPlay, Dhani, Sohail Tanvir, and Tahir were relentless, and in the tenth over, a dissatisfied Akhtar gave the leggie the charge and was overpowered by the dip and drift.Rizwan broke free of the bails to catch the opposing captain just short of his crease, and he was out for 5 out of 13.

Qalandars appeared to be headed for an embarrassing conclusion after losing their fifth ball in the first ball of the eleventh over for just 52.However, James Faulkner made the decision to attempt a chase that had become improbable with some big shots.He took 19 runs off the 11th over by hitting a straight six over long-on, driving a ball straight down the ground, and slogging a six on the leg side.However, this sudden frenzy was short-lived as Faulkner left for 22 off 11 in the 14th over and Tim David fell in the 13th over.

Rashid Khan’s early dismissal further weakened Qalandars, giving the 22-year-old Dhani his third nightcap wicket and establishing him as the PSL’s leading wicket-taker.

After Rashid’s attempted pull shot resulted in a top-edge, Rizwan pulled it off with a little bit of acrobatic brilliance. He ran backwards, covered a lot of ground, and pouched a diving catch near the fine leg region.What’s more, with that he likewise pulled off a twofold wicket lady over.

Dhani’s incredible performance with the bat only got better when he took the fourth wicket, ending Lahore Qalandars’ exhilarating performance by 80 runs.With a very healthy NRR (+1.192), the win propels the Multan Sultans to second place, while the Lahore Qalandars, who appeared to be in control of the playoff race, have lost four games in a row.Their fate now rests with fifth-place Karachi Kings, who have eight points, a slightly better NRR than them, and a game remaining against the bottom-placed Quetta Gladiators. They finish their league stage with 10 points.

Brief Ratings: Sohaib Maqsood (60), Rilee Rossouw (29), and the Multan Sultans (169/8 in 20 overs)Shaheen Afridi (3-23) was defeated by Lahore Qalandars (89 for 22 by James Faulkner) in 15.1 80 runs (Imran Khan 3-24, Shahnawaz Dhani 4-5) on the penultimate day of the league phases.The final league game and the final doubleheader of the season will be played tomorrow.Make sure to tune in for that, please.Good night and goodbye, and see you next time.Cheers!!

Your job becomes very simple when the team performs according to the circumstances.Everyone contributed to the outstanding bowling effort.It requires total teamwork.You take it one match at a time, ball by ball, and try not to get ahead of yourself.”Just play according to the situation, and the rest will take care of itself,” advises Multan Sultans skipper Mohammad Rizwan, who never ceases to be in a good mood.

God is to be commended.I’m partaking in a great deal and I have the certainty and anything that I’m bowling it’s all because of my self discipline.To have taken the most wickets this season is an honor.I hope I can keep it until the season’s end.Shahnawaz Dhani, the Player of the Match, exclaims, “I want to dedicate this award to my bowling coach Azhar (bhai) and all the people in Larkana.”

Image of the Playoffs: The playoffs have been made by Islamabad United, Peshawar Zalmi, and the Multan Sultans.To sneak into the elimination match, the Qalandars will have to hope for a win against Quetta tomorrow.

For more update of new matches : PSLT20LIVE.COM