Multan Sultans Vs Quetta Gladiators ,Multan Sultans win by 9 wickets. The Multan Sultans’ pace attack was supposed to be their Achilles heel with Josh Little and Shahnawaz Dahani out. Ihsanullah, a 20-year-old Pakistani pace bowler, is the next on the pace bowling conveyor belt. With figures of 4-1-12-5, he bowled the Quetta Gladiators out for 110. Rilee Rossouw scored an unbeaten 78 off 42 balls for Sultans, who ran away with a nine-wicket victory with 6.3 overs remaining and improved their net run rate in the process.
The team that won the toss brought the opposition into the game for the third time in a row, with Sarfaraz Ahmed inviting Mohammad Rizwan’s Sultans to bat first. However, the out-of-form Martin Guptill and Abdul Bangalzai holed out to midfield early on, putting Gladiators in trouble. With a rejuvenated Sarfaraz now out in the middle, Gladiators needed a partnership as Jason Roy appeared to be finding touch.
Ihsanullah, however, made fun of the idea by cutting on off his third delivery faster than Sarfaraz. In his second over, he went one better when Roy made a mistake and hit one to mid-off. Then, in what would end up being a double-wicket maiden, the talented Iftikhar Ahmed was caught square in front.
With extra bounce kissing the outside edge of one ball after Usama Mir had trapped Mohammad Nawaz in front, Umar Akmal, rusty at this level, was no match for the speedster. Ihsanullah scored his fifth victory as Naseem Shah witnessed his off stump rock back, giving him a taste of his own medicine. His figures at that point read 2.4-1-3-5.
It came down to Mohammad Hafeez being mysteriously elevated to the team’s roster a few days ago and similarly mysteriously downgraded to position eight. Instead, Sultans 111 won thanks to Mohammad Hasnain’s brief cameo, which got Gladiators past 100 before always stealing off to the keeper.
Nuwan Thushara found swing early in the second innings, which led to Shan Masood’s wicket in the second over. However, Rossouw quickly discredited Gladiators’ hopes that would turn this game into a low-scoring contest. Sultans were activated by four boundaries off Thushara in succession, and the assault only intensified. As soon as he had brought his half-century, the chase became routine.
At the other end, Rizwan was content to be a passenger. His unbeaten 34-ball 28 mostly consisted of giving the South African the strike. The net run rate was the Sultans’ only concern at this point, and Rossouw wanted to make sure they got off to the best possible start. Multan Sultans Vs Quetta Gladiators. With Rossouw on strike and 14 required, he scored an overthrow that brought him back on track, followed by two sixes in a row that put Gladiators out of their misery.
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