Lahore Qalandars got numerous odds to get Babar Azam yet neglected to benefit from numerous chances, dropping gets and missing a run-out
An absolutely messy exertion in the field from Lahore Qalandars permitted Karachi Kings to oversee complete of 176 runs for the deficiency of five wickets in their allocated overs during the Habib Bank Limited (HBL) Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six installation in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
In the wake of winning the throw and choosing for bat first, Karachi Kings were looking great so far as opener Sharjeel Khan appeared to be in incredible touch.
The flood, be that as it may, was brief as pacer Shaheen Shah immediately eliminated the dangerous batsman, gotten by defender Tim David, after he had scored only 13 runs off 10 balls.
Lahore Qalandars got numerous odds to get Karachi Kings’ head batsman Babar Azam yet neglected to exploit numerous chances, dropping gets and missing a run-out.
The messy work by Lahore Qalandars permitted batsmen Babar Azam and Martin Guptill to score a significant 88-run organization off 62 balls that established a strong framework for their side.
Pacer Ahmed Daniyal at last got Martin Guptill to hack one conveyance onto his stumps after he had scored 43 runs off 31 balls.
Veteran all-rounder then, at that point eliminated batsman Najibullah Zadra for a brilliant duck to apply some truly necessary tension on Karachi Kings.
Batsman Chadwick Walton came out with the aim to push the scoring rate yet was hoodwinked by leg-spinner Rashid Khan in the wake of scoring only 10 runs off six balls.
Babar Azam, who appreciated a few possibilities all through the match, was at last gotten by defender Mohammad Hafeez off the bowling of Rashid Khan subsequent to scoring 54 runs off 44 balls.
Karachi Kings figured out how to keep up the force and score 176 pursues unbeaten thumps towards the end by captain Imad Wasim (30* off 19) and batsman Danish Aziz (16 off 10).
Rashid Khan was the champion bowler for his side getting two wickets in his assigned overs.