PSL 2020 | Match 16 | Quetta Gladiators vs Lahore Qalandars Highlights and Match Summary


Pakistan Super League 2020

Gaddafi Stadium, Hafeez Kardar Road, Zaildar Park, Muslim Town, Gulberg, Lahore District, Punjab, 57760, Pakistan
Lahore Qalandars
Quetta Gladiators
209 - 172
Final Score
TeamRunsWickets LostOvers
Game Statistics

Lahore Qalandars won by 37 runs


Date Time League Season
March 3, 2020 7:01 pm Pakistan Super League 2020


TeamRunsWickets LostOversOutcome



Fakhar Zaman Batsman
Chris Lynn Batsman
Ben Dunk Batsman
Mohammad Hafeez All-rounder
Samit Patel All-rounder
Sohail Akhtar All-rounder
Dilbar Hussain Bowler
Seekkuge Prasanna All-rounder
Muhammed Faizan All-rounder
Salman Irshad Bowler
Shaheen Shah Afridi Bowler


Ahsan Ali Batsman
Anwar Ali All-rounder
Azam Khan Batsman
Ben Cutting All-rounder
Fawad Ahmed Bowler
Jason Roy Batsman
Mohammad Hasnain Bowler
Mohammad Nawaz All-rounder
Naseem Shah Bowler
Sarfaraz Ahmed Batsman
Shane Watson All-rounder


Ben Dunk, Samit Patel and bowlers saw Lahore Qalandars to their first win of the Pakistan Super League 2020.

Batting first, Dunk and Patel tore apart the Quetta bowling as they posted a mammoth 209 for the loss of three wickets.

In reply, Quetta Gladiators were restricted to 172 with a decent bowling effort from the home side. Jason Roy was the first one to depart as Samit Patel edged him out with a loopy off-break, which spun sharply to rattle his stumps.

Dilbar Hussain then struck twice to remove Shane Watson and Ahsan Ali to peg the opposition. Ben Cutting fought back with a quickfire half-century. He was caught at deep mid-wicket after scoring 27-ball 53. Salman Irshad did most of the damage to Quetta’s lower order to return with figures of 4 for 25.

Gladiators, after winning the toss and opting to bowl first, had Lahore’s top-order under the pump, reducing the home side to 50 for 3 in 7.3 overs.

The complexion of the game was changed when Ben Dunk (93 off 43) and Samit Patel (71 off 40 balls) decimated Quetta’s bowling to all parts of the ground. Dunk’s onslaught included four consecutive sixes off Mohammad Nawaz’s left-arm orthodox spin. The duo shared a 155-run partnership to lift Qalandar’s final score to 209.

Ben Dunk was declared player of the match for his whirlwind knock.

Quetta Gladiators Squad:

Sarfraz Ahmed (c/wk), Fawad Ahmed (AUS), Anwar Ali, Ahsan Ali, Ben Cutting (AUS), Mohammad Hasnain, Arish Ali Khan, Azam Khan, Sohail Khan, Khurram Manzoor, Zahid Mehmood (until March 7), Tymal Mills (ENG), Abdul Nasir, Mohammad Nawaz, Keemo Paul (WI, from March 7), Jason Roy (ENG), Naseem Shah, Ahmed Shehzad, Shane Watson (AUS)

Lahore Qalandars Squad:

Sohail Akhtar (c), Shaheen Afridi, Jaahid Ali, Salman Butt, Ben Dunk (wk, AUS), Mohammad Faizan, Mohammad Hafeez, Dilbar Hussain, Chris Lynn (AUS), Samit Patel (ENG), Seekkuge Prasanna (SL), Farzan Raja, Haris Rauf, Usman Shinwari, Dane Vilas (wk, SA), David Wiese (SA), Fakhar Zaman

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Gaddafi Stadium

Gaddafi Stadium, Hafeez Kardar Road, Zaildar Park, Muslim Town, Gulberg, Lahore District, Punjab, 57760, Pakistan


  • Umpires
    Faisal Afridi
    Nasir Hussain
    Shozab Raza
  • Match Referee
    Mohammed Anees
  • TV Umpire
    Asif Yaqoob