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Peshawar Zalmi Vs Islamabad United | Eliminator 2 | PSL 6

Zazai, Wells and Irfan set up Peshawar Zalmi’s PSL final date with Multan Sultans

Peshawar Zalmi Vs Islamabad United | Eliminator 2 | PSL 6 by eight wickets, scoring 177 for 2 (Zazai 66, Wells 55, Malik 32*). The league stage suggested that Islamabad United were red-hot favorites for their third PSL title, Peshawar Zalmi Vs Islamabad United | Eliminator 2 | PSL 6 but a comprehensive performance by Peshawar Zalmi ensured that they would not even make it to the final. United was eliminated in the second eliminator after putting together the PSL’s best performance ever.

A clinical chase led by the irrepressible Hazratullah Zazai and debutant Jonathan Wells followed Zalmi’s brutal bowling performance.Their partnership of 126 runs resulted in an eight-wicket defeat of Shadab Khan’s team, achieving 176 runs with more than three overs remaining.

Peshawar Zalmi Vs Islamabad United  Eliminator 2  PSL 6

Zalmi won from the beginning to the end, with the exception of a four-over period toward the end of the first innings, when a determined Hasan Ali score ensured that United would at least remain competitive. Peshawar Zalmi Vs Islamabad United | Eliminator 2 | PSL 6 Shoaib Malik was controversially deemed to have got his foot on a ball that went on to clatter into the stumps of the non-striker, resulting in Usman Khawaja’s unfortunate run-out.

Even though Colin Munro occasionally broke free, Mohammad Irfan and Wahab Riaz kept things under control and emerged as United’s most potent hope in the first half of the innings.

Zalmi, on the other hand, emerged victorious in the middle stages.Shadab, Iftikhar Ahmed, and Brandon King all succumbed to cheap wickets as Umaid Asif and Amad Butt came back strongly to pick up regular wickets.Before Hasan’s brutal assault gave United hope, there was a chance that they would be bowled out for under 120.

In response, United bowled away from Zazai’s hitting arc and mostly kept him under control.But Zalmi never seemed to have enough firepower at the end to keep up with a rising run rate because they couldn’t get any more wickets up top.

Wells and Zazai held off the pressure without losing a wicket, with the Australian adjusting to the conditions and pacing his innings accordingly in his first game.They broke free in Shadab’s third over, smashing the United captain for three sixes in four balls on a forgettable Shadab day;In his subsequent four, he would concede 55 points.In PSL history, he has never been as expensive, and his team was struggling.

For the majority of the stand, Zazai and Wells appeared to mirror each other. After 126 hard-fought runs, Zazai caught Mohammad Wasim.By that time, the asking rate was almost run-a-ball, and a Shoaib Malik blitz ended the game with 32 off 10 balls.

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The cameo by Hasan Ali : Is it really a cameo if a player ends up scoring the most goals for their team?After a lackluster performance from the top and middle order that saw them fall to 110 for 8, United appeared to have spectacularly blown their chance of making the final.But most importantly, Hasan was still there, and he wasn’t ready to just bowl 20 overs.

His appetite was just whetted by two fours and two sixes off Asif’s 17th over, as the 26-year-old unleashed a flurry of monstrous shots.Ali loved the ball coming onto the bat, and Zalmi were guilty of being one-paced to him.In the penultimate over, Riaz was run out for 19, and the two-time champions lost 64 of the final four.

As the frontal assault continued from both sides, Wasim provided excellent support at the other end, hitting two sixes himself.While Hasan raced to a sizzling 45 off 16, he heroically failed to return to strike for the final delivery.The knock had given his team more than a fair chance, despite the fact that no player deserved an additional fifty.

The ephemeral day of Mohammad Irfan There was a lot going on with Irfan today, but the veteran’s unwavering consistency in performance should not be overlooked.For the third game in a row, Irfan gave up exactly 21 runs in his four overs, which is remarkable considering that the bowlers around him have been caught in all parts.

As batters of all types, including power hitters and anchors, struggle to settle against the massive Zalmi bowler, the pace and length variations continue to remain unpredictable.

He also doubled up by taking the priceless wicket of Munro at a time when the New Zealander appeared extremely threatening and had helped United get off to a flying start.He was sad not to have had him a couple of balls prior, cajoling an external edge that Kamran Akmal spilled.But Munro played one down leg side off the final ball of the over, and this time Irfan got the wicket he deserved.

We now know that it wasn’t what will dominate Irfan-related conversation after the game.Aleem Dar, the umpire, deemed him to be less than convincing when he pulled up with an injury at the end of his spell and refused to let a substitute fielder play in his place.As a result, Zalmi had to play with only ten players for a short time before Khalid Usman was allowed to start in place of him.However, Irfan had already made the most significant contribution to the contest.

Currently, United is out, despite having the best group stage performance ever in the PSL.Zalmi will face Multan Sultans in the final on Thursday.

Hazratullah Zazai, Jonathan Wells, Hasan Ali, Amad Butt, Umaid Asif, Islamabad United, Peshawar ZalmiUnited vs. ZalmiPSL Zazai, Wells seal Peshawar Zalmi’s place in the Pakistan Super League 2021 final Hazratullah Zazai continued his good run and collaborated with Jonathan Wells to secure Peshawar Zalmi’s place in theThe pair made 126 to chase down the target in 16.5 overs after being given 174 by table-toppers Islamabad United.

In the high-pressure game, Colin Munro was asked to bat first, and he got 44 runs, but United were at 110 for 8 at one point.Muhammad Akhlaq, Brandon King, Iftikhar Ahmed, Shadab Khan, Asif Ali, and Faheem Ashraf all failed to get going, and Usman Khawaja was run out in the first over.

Hasan Ali delivered a blinder, slamming 45 off 16 to propel the team to a fighting total as the situation appeared to be dire.In a crucial match, Ali and Mohammad Wasim Jr. scored 61 runs off 24 balls to ensure that the bowlers had a cushion of runs on the board.

Zazai and Wells never let the pressure get to them, even when Kamran Akmal fell early in the chase.The wicket was also taken in Ali’s first over, which was run out for 15.The ‘keeper dropped Zazai on Ali’s fourth ball of the third over.Zalmi had 48 on the board at the end of the powerplay, with Wells and Zazai having played 20 and 18 balls, respectively.

Zazai opened his arms to Wasim Jr. in the 11th over, picking up 14, and that was the real push.United’s chances were dashed when Shadab Khan was hit with three sixes in the following game.Wells and Shoaib Malik successfully guided the team past the finish line despite Zazai’s 66-off-44 fall.

Brief ratings : 174/9 in 20 overs for Islamabad United (Hasan Ali 45;By eight wickets, Peshawar Zalmi (Hazratullah Zazai 66, Jonathan Wells 55*) defeated Wahab Riaz 2-35) by 177/2 in 16.5 overs.

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Sigh!Still struggling to come to terms with Shoaib Malik’s no-mercy cameo.That has been the day.Naturally, Hasan Ali, Hazratullah Zazai, Jonathan Wells, and Malik will all remember this game with great pride because of the incredible strokes they played.The fourth final for the Zalmi, and they stand a great chance of winning their second title against the Multan Sultans, who are the first-time finalists.

I swear it will be a smashing success.All of that, though, for Thursday.For the time being, it’s time to unwind and say goodnight.This is Raju Peethala saying goodbye on behalf of the magical Hari Sadanandan and our inventive scoring expert Harish.Cheers!!

Wahab Riaz, captain of Peshawar Zalmi : Thanks also to all of the players’ families and all of the supporters.Being in the final is a wonderful feeling.I saved my overs for the middle and death overs because you have to plan the death overs as a captain.Even though we lost a few runs in the end, it was encouraging to see how we came back with the bat. All of the bowlers performed well.They (Multan Rulers) are playing awesome cricket and I would agree that the strain is on them.The boys will take a day off, unwind, and adequately prepare for the final.

Hazratullah Zazai : was named the match’s MVP.My innings were crucial, especially in this high-pressure game.I wanted to go deep into the game after Kamran (bhai) left and was confident enough to take on the bowlers later.I enjoy playing those clear-the-front-leg shots because it is part of my natural game (to hit big shots).I always told myself to take it easy; the runs would come, and the stiffness (cramps) didn’t affect how much I concentrated.

Shadab Khan is the captain of Islamabad United : We didn’t place in that frame of mind of exhibitions (in the end of the season games) that we were doing before.It is essential to maintain control of your nerves during these pressure games.

We owe it to other teams to play better than we did.We gained momentum thanks to the score of 170, particularly the finish by Hasan Ali, but we made a few minor errors with the ball.Additionally, if Zazai’s catch had been taken, the situation might have been different.Heaps of up-sides this season, ideally we will return considerably more grounded one year from now and attempt to make Islamabad a boss.

Peshawar Zalmi Vs Islamabad United  Eliminator 2  PSL 6

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