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Peshawar Zalmi Vs Multan Sultans | Match 5 | PSL 6

Kohler-Cadmore 53 beats Vince’s 84 as Zalmi trounce Sultans

Peshawar Zalmi Vs Multan Sultans | Match 5 | PSL 6 was the fourth-most successful chase in PSL history. Peshawar Zalmi defeated Multan Sultans by six wickets, scoring 197 for 4 (Kohler-Cadmore 53, Imam-ul-Haq 48). Peshawar Zalmi scored their first points of the season with a near-perfect chase against Multan Sultans.Zalmi beat Sultans’ 193 with six wickets and six balls remaining, supported by a 53 from Tom Kohler-Cadmore and useful scores from Kamran Akmal (37) and Imam-ul-Haq (48).Haider Ali’s blitz of 24 runs off just eight balls brought an innings that had been slow to start to life at the end, exposing Sultans’ poor bowling for all to see.

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Rulers themselves had a decent batting innings, one that had started with the early wicket of Chris Lynn, yet was fixed by a brand name sluggish exertion from James Vince.Being ranked No.3, Vince’s partnerships with captain Mohammad Rizwan (41) and a bouncy Sohaib Maqsood (36) demonstrated his aesthetic talents.Even though they had only lost four wickets, their total appeared to be quite low by the evening’s end.

The stars were scattered everywhere for Zalmi.Mohammad Imran snatched a four-over spell with the ball on a costly night:4-0-24-1, with Rizwan taking the wicket.Vince’s innings came to an end when Mohammad Irfan made a sharp catch after getting Lynn with his first pitch.

Their overall batting performance seemed almost too good to be true:the perfectly paced innings and partnerships, preparing for the perfect last-ball surge to win with six balls remaining in Peshawar Zalmi Vs Multan Sultans | Match 5 | PSL 6.

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Their top three architects were Akmal, Imam, and Kohler-Cadmore, who achieved back-to-back 50-year records in a tall chase.With that base, they utilized Sherfane Rutherford, Shoaib Malik, and Haider to advance rapidly toward the end.They appeared to be in complete control, despite losing a few quick wickets near the end, especially Haider, who claimed he had been padded up and waiting for a potential No.3 role.In the end, he hit an unbeaten eight-ball 24 to stop Sultans from getting any more chances.

The Sultans had a decent powerplay, but it may have prevented them from scoring more goals on a great batting surface.After the first wicket, their 46 for 1 required some rebuilding, but Rizwan and Vince took some time to adjust to the pitch’s pace.Although their bowling innings demonstrated that they did not quite receive as much as was offered, they did manage to post the tournament’s highest total at the time.

The bowing combination used by the sultans was also a mistake.It appeared that Carlos Brathwaite would be used as a fifth bowler if all of their experienced bowlers hit their straps.That did not occur on this night, and his 42 runs in four overs, including the final over in which Haider altered the chase’s momentum, proved costly.

A run-out opportunity with Kohler-Cadmore stuck halfway down the pitch in the tenth over was also clearly missed.

Peshawar Zalmi Bowling

Honorable mention: Usman Qadir draws comparisons to his father whenever he bowls, and in his brief T20 career, he has displayed guile that justifies those comparisons.Qadir demonstrated why he enjoys success in this format despite his slow start in other formats by delighting in keeping batsmen glued to the crease while they have no idea what the ball is doing.

He also accomplished that on Tuesday night, giving Sultans the lead with a googly that was preceded by dipping length balls that had the potential to beat either edge of the right-handed or left-handed batsmen at the crease, Akmal and Imam.He did get Akmal with a skiddy googly, and Qadir controlled the scoring rate while Shahid Afridi struggled to enter his spell comfortably at the other end.

PakistanSultans vs. ZalmiPSL: Tom Kohler-CadmoreHaider AliJames VinceMultan SultansPeshawar ZalmiMultan SultansPeshawar ZalmiThe tournament began with a few low and middle scores, but it is beginning to grow.I hope you enjoyed our day’s coverage.We bid you farewell until the next time.

Wahab Riaz | Captain who won:The field was excellent for batsmen to use when we bowled.They got past 190 and batted well, but we were aware that they would reach 180.We gained some momentum in that 20th over thanks to Imran’s skillful bowling.It gave us confidence going into the pursuit.We knew the batsmen would deliver, so we had faith in them.It’s a relief for me as captain to see the team chase a big goal.

Tom Kohler-Cadmore | Player of the Match:I was given the opportunity to take the bowling on.Also had a little luck at first.I simply attempt to do my absolute best to the group, on the off chance that I can save runs on the field, that is a major reward for the group.

Mohammad Rizwan | Captain who perished:We had a sufficient number of runs on the board, but the bowling didn’t go as planned, especially at the end.We have players who have played before; a few bad games won’t change that.Dhani is quick-witted and sharp.

24 points off 8.

Haider Ali: I was waiting at one down, ready to help my team in any way I could, and Shoaib Malik told me to hit it if it was in your zone. I did.He assured me that we could handle it without much trouble, which helped me relax.Both the bat and the batsman deserve credit.

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