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Multan Sultans Vs Quetta Gladiators | Match 25 | PSL 6

Shan Masood, bowlers combine to notch up record 110-run win for Multan Sultans

A fluent half-century from Shan Masood, who hit 73, and a fantastic bowling and fielding display led by Imran Tahir, who grabbed 3 for 7, led the Multan Sultans to a thumping 110-run victory, knocking the Quetta Gladiators out of contention for the PSL playoffs.

Additionally, the Quetta Gladiators were eliminated from the race for the playoffs in the biggest loss by runs in the history of the PSL. The Quetta GladAdditionally, this is the league’s record-breaking run margin of victory;actually, the Sultans beat the previous mark by 39 runs.

Masood contributed to the Sultans’ innings’ early momentum as he helped bring up 50 runs in six overs after Sarfaraz Ahmed took the field.

Mohammad Rizwan was happy to work the ball around as there were few dots, and Masood found the boundaries with ridiculous ease.Standing tall, he pounded the arc between the covers and midwicket at will, his best shot being a firm on drive to Usman Shinwari’s length ball.After the powerplay, Masood looked even more dangerous. He hit Mohammad Nawaz for six over midwicket and then went straight down the ground for another maximum off the very next ball, making it 50 off 26 deliveries.

Multan Sultans Vs Quetta Gladiators  Match 25  PSL 6

In Multan Sultans Vs Quetta Gladiators | Match 25 | PSL 6 A too-short comeback by the Gladiators Khurram Shahzad was brought in to give the Gladiators some hope. Rizwan cut him off at his off stump in the ninth over, ending a 72-run partnership for the first wicket.By forcing Sohaib Maqsood to miss a shot, Zahir Khan gave his team another boost. This allowed him to score the winning run, putting the Sultans at 88 for 2 at the halfway point.

Johnson Charles got off to a fast start, using Shinwari’s speed to get past the third man for four early on. This gave Masood, who was getting tired, some breathing room.However, Masood would repeat the loft over long-off and smash over midwicket for six before holing out to long-on in the 14th over bowled by Hassan Khan, thereby achieving his highest PSL score.

Rilee Rossouw then skipped down the wicket to Hassan and top-edged an intended lofted drive toward square leg. Usman Khan came running in from the deep to take a diving catch, giving the Sultans an opportunity to surge on to a significant score.After that, in the 16th over, Zahir created a web around Khushdil Shah and hit conventional legspinners and googlies across him. He also caused an edge for a sharp chance that Ahmed couldn’t take advantage of, giving the Sultans only one run off the bat.

The Sultans’ final push and a sign of things to come The Sultans scored 49 runs in their final four overs, a total that really should have been contained if Hassan had held on to a Charles flick off Shahzad that went through his fingers and hit the midwicket boundary skirting on the full when he was on 23.

This would have been a sign of things to come.Charles eventually lost to Shahzad for 47, but by that time, he had hit Mohammad Hasnain over midwicket for six and four, respectively.After that, Khushdil Shah dealt the Sultans some serious blows that got them to 183.

Ahmed had embedded the resistance expecting some dew, yet there didn’t show up any when the Fighters started their pursuit.Jake Weatherald picked up two slower balls from Sohail Tanvir early on. He deposited the first over wide long-on and then swung the second down to fine leg for four.He greeted Imran Khan with a stunning lofted extra cover drive for six, but with the Gladiators at 27 without losing a ball into the fourth over, that was about the best the evening could offer.


Imran took Weatherald’s edge through to Rizwan with a sharp length ball, and Cameron Delport popped a slower ball to mid-off two balls later by skipping down the wicket.After Ahmed tapped a ball to point, Usman overran a quick single and failed to respond to his captain’s call for an overthrow, resulting in a comical run-out.

Toward the finish of the powerplay, the Fighters were going at a run a ball, yet had consumed 21 speck conveyances and three valuable wickets simultaneously.

In Multan Sultans Vs Quetta Gladiators | Match 25 | PSL 6 The Gladiators ended the match with a score of 46 to 4 after Azam Khan gave way to a lazy waft from Blessing Muzarabani.After that, they lost four more wickets for just 13 runs, and Rizwan had the luxury of calling Tahir into the game after nine overs.Nawaz, who had batted competently for 10, was bowled out at the non-striker’s end by a Tahir deflection with his first ball.After causing Hassan to fire a false shot, Tahir captivated the lower tier by pinging Shinwari and Shahzad’s legs.

Interestingly, Shahnawaz Dhani took the final wicket, joining Wahab Riaz at the top of the wickets list with 14.Due to the significant increase in the Sultans’ net run rate, Wednesday’s outcome may have also severely dented the Karachi Kings’ hopes, even though the Gladiators are on their way out.

Shan MasoodImran TahirImran KhanMultan SultansQuetta GladiatorsSultans vs. Gladiators PSL 6 Quetta Gladiators out of playoffs race after humbling defeat Quetta Gladiators’ slim chances of making the playoffs of PSL 2021 came to a crashing and humbling end as they folded for just 73, which was only the second loss total in the history of the tournament, while chasing Multan Sultans’Shan Masood’s 42-ball 73 and Johnson Charles’s 24-ball 47 set the stage for Sultans’ big score, and then Imran Khan and Imran Tahir combined to stylely end Gladiators’ chase.

The Sultans got off to a flying start thanks to a blitzkrieg of an opening stand. Masood and Mohammad Rizwan added 50 for no wicket in the PowerPlay, despite Mohammad Hasnain’s excellent five-run over when he turned up the speeds.When Masood hit Mohammad Nawaz for two sixes in succession in the seventh over, the batting duo truly demonstrated their intentions by scoring 17 runs.

Sultans’ batting flourish began in the following over with a fifty off 26 balls.However, Khurram Shahzad started the game with the first pitch, and Zahir Khan picked off Sohaib Maqsood to bring the Gladiators back into the game.

From 88 for 2 at the halfway point, Masood and Johnson Charles added 37 runs in the next 22 deliveries. Masood then holed out to Hasnain at deep mid-wicket for a 42-ball 73 runs, which included seven fours and four sixes. Johnson Charles then hit a six, which was his first six of the game.With the loss of Rilee Rossouw, the Gladiators tried to pull back even more, but Charles found a helpful partner in Khushdil Shah.

During a hyper stand worth 42 off 26 balls, Charles tossed his bat around, crushing two fours and a six off a solitary Hasnain over.He left with a 24-ball 47, but the Sultans were in much better shape than they had been before.The Sultans reached 183 for 5 with a 10-run final over, far more than they needed to win the game.

This was due to the fact that the Gladiators’ poor batting performance surfaced on a day when playoff chances depended on the outcome.Imran Khan’s early double-wicket over clipped the chasing team’s wings inside the PowerPlay, and Jake Weatherald and Cameron Delport, the game’s heroes, were cheaply dismissed.

The Gladiators lost Usman Khan in the sixth over due to a miscommunication that resulted in a run out.Even after the fielding restrictions were eased, the bleeding did not stop.

Blessing Muzarabani struck immediately after being brought in for the eighth consecutive over of pace in the chase, putting Azam Khan one run behind.Before Imran Tahir brought the Gladiators to their knees with two dents in the 10th over, Sohail Tanvir brought the Gladiators down to five runs behind with the wicket of Sarfaraz Ahmed in the ninth over.Combatants, reeling at 59 for 8 out of 10 overs, were finally given some closure in the thirteenth over – as they collapsed for 73 to hand the Kings a triumph by 110 runs.

Brief Ratings: Multan Sultans scored 183/5 in 20 overs (Shan Masood scored 73 and Johnson Charles scored 47;Khurram Shahzad (2-26), along with Jake Weatherald (19), and Quetta Gladiators (73;Multan can most likely reach the playoffs with just one more win thanks to tonight’s monumental victory (Imran Tahir 3-7, Imran Khan 2-13).

In the meantime, Quetta will attempt to ruin Karachi Kings’ celebration in their final round-robin match.We only have that from this one-sided encounter today.Tomorrow, PSL will treat us to a doubleheader, so we’ll be back.

Mohammad Rizwan is the captain of the Multan Sultans: Until then, goodbye and good night.The Almighty takes care of the rest while I put in my effort.When there are ten games in a tournament like this, you need to get going somewhere, and on our team, one player raises their hand and gives us the much-needed momentum.It’s difficult at times because many players perform well, and my job is to maintain that upbeat attitude, which is working out well right now.

Shan Massod was named the match’s MVP.When you have batsmen playing left, right, and center, it makes your job easier.Whoever gains momentum should just carry it forward from there.I consider myself a learner, and regardless of the circumstance, I want to contribute to the victory of my team by scoring some useful runs.

Sarfaraz Ahmed, captain of the Quetta Gladiators: We didn’t get off to a good start with the bat, and we never recovered.Our playing combination was somewhat disrupted as a result of the fact that we did not have many of our foreign players available for a variety of reasons, and sadly, nothing went according to plan today.

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